13th May 2016

Learning from mistakes

Hugh Murray, Director of Scott Bradbury, owns a share in a light aircraft and loves flying in his spare time.  In this Cambridge 105fm interview he talks about how he cheated death during an emergency landing and how the accident has informed his thinking about accuracy and learning from mistakes. You can hear the interview here http://cambridge105.fm/podcasts/105-drive/

Learning from mistakes

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