Can you translate this?
! AAMOI AFAIU AR FEAR BOCTAAE FEAR DAMHIKT EOD FOUO
Believe it or not the message above is this:
“I have a comment. As a matter of interest. As far as I understand. Action required.
Colonel Scott A. Snook, Ph.D., in Friendly Fire1 introduced the term practical drift. The theory of practical drift emerged from Snook’s root cause analysis of a 1994 friendly fire accident in which two U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle fighter jets patrolling the No-Fly-Zone over northern Iraq shot down two U.S. Army Black Hawk UH-60 helicopters. Twenty-six peacekeepers lost their lives.
Gift cards are recognized as the top award in
the incentive industry, according to surveys
and studies. Recipients are empowered
with the right to choose the item that most motivates
himself or herself.
I get asked to visit companies and “diagnose” why their behavioral safety program has “lost steam” or never got off the ground to begin with. Inevitably I find the whole shebang is being run by the safety department and a few anointed safety enthusiasts who do all the observations.
When folks are brought together around some common task or set of tasks, their earliest experiences “set the tone” for the team. When team members develop the positive attitude that they can succeed, they are more likely to do so.