November 30th – JO SALTER, Britain’s first female jet pilot, presents ‘A BIRDS EYE VIEW’. Having been one of only five women fighter pilots in the world in 1992, Jo’s tales from such an elite world offer an interesting insight into meeting challenges and succeeding.
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Jo’s military experience is multifaceted: technical; professional; managerial; political. Add 7 years of e-commerce experience and management consultancy in both the public and private sector, an MBA, Associate Lectureship with the Open University Business School and flying air cadets as a volunteer pilot for the RAF at weekends.
As Britain’s first female fast jet pilot, Jo’s tales from such an elite world offer alternative insights into personal development, meeting challenges and succeeding in the face of adversity. Jo Salter website
Imagine being in control of 25 million pounds of screaming metal flying just above the ground – decisions have to be immediate, reflexes lightning fast. For Jo Salter, this was just the day job when she became Britain’s first female fast jet pilot flying the Tornado GR1, then one of 5 women fighter pilots in the world.
jo-salterJo now uses her boundless energy, never-failing humour, compassion and understanding, as well as her advanced skills, to facilitate workshops, carry out life changing seminars, conduct high performance coaching sessions and enable individuals and organisations to solve problems.
Achievement is a way of life for Jo – and, yes, achievement while living in the real world as a daughter, sister, parent, friend Jo is a determined and visionary realist. Be prepared to be challenged.
Jo has extensive experience of working with the media, from featuring on the front page of The Times to international radio and television coverage. Her television appearances include Record Breakers as well as various documentaries.
More recently, Jo is supporting the Global Angels charity, and not just as an ambassador, but by rolling up her sleeves and helping out where she can. She’s also an ambassador for the CGD Research Trust.
Jo has been recognised as an ambassador for BlackBerry – making use of hers to its fullest – read her case study here.