Airmen Connections 1UP!

Battling PTSD: One Airman's Journey part 2

March 23, 2020 AFA Langley Chapter
Airmen Connections 1UP!
Battling PTSD: One Airman's Journey part 2
Chapters
00:01:45
Sims weighs in on AF policies
00:03:50
It's not the message...it's the messenger
00:08:00
Leadership is earned
00:14:00
People are my 'why"
00:17:00
Changing AF Culture
00:20:35
Sims' 3 forms of leadership
00:28:25
Competing with your peers not against
00:29:40
Sims talks Air Force Core Values
00:44:44
Teach em how to be followers
00:46:00
Humility and empathy
00:48:00
Trust
Airmen Connections 1UP!
Battling PTSD: One Airman's Journey part 2
Mar 23, 2020
AFA Langley Chapter

Retired Airman Patrick Sims from Langley's Invisible Wounds Peer Support Group sits down with John and Timothy to chat about a multitude of topics surrounding mental health and leadership in the Air Force. You simply MUST 'strap in' and listen to Sim's unfiltered, insightful, and thought provoking story as well as leadership lessons that are interwoven throughout. Welcome to part 2 of the fourth installment of the Langley Chapter's efforts to shed light on real issues effecting the culture and mental health of America's Airmen.

Langley Invisible Wounds: https://www.facebook.com/groups/961851487535445

Cast

Interviewer: John Thompson
Interviewee: Patrick Sims
Sound Engineer and Music: Timothy Tanbonliong

Socials
Website: http://amncxn1up.buzzsprout.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Langleyafa/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/afalangley
Insta: https://www.instagram.com/afalangleyva/
YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IrQwKv

The Air Force Association is a volunteer-led non-profit organization connecting brave Airmen who commit their lives to protecting the greater good of our country.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Retired Airman Patrick Sims from Langley's Invisible Wounds Peer Support Group sits down with John and Timothy to chat about a multitude of topics surrounding mental health and leadership in the Air Force. You simply MUST 'strap in' and listen to Sim's unfiltered, insightful, and thought provoking story as well as leadership lessons that are interwoven throughout. Welcome to part 2 of the fourth installment of the Langley Chapter's efforts to shed light on real issues effecting the culture and mental health of America's Airmen.

Langley Invisible Wounds: https://www.facebook.com/groups/961851487535445

Cast

Interviewer: John Thompson
Interviewee: Patrick Sims
Sound Engineer and Music: Timothy Tanbonliong

Socials
Website: http://amncxn1up.buzzsprout.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Langleyafa/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/afalangley
Insta: https://www.instagram.com/afalangleyva/
YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IrQwKv

The Air Force Association is a volunteer-led non-profit organization connecting brave Airmen who commit their lives to protecting the greater good of our country.

Sims weighs in on AF policies
It's not the message...it's the messenger
Leadership is earned
People are my 'why"
Changing AF Culture
Sims' 3 forms of leadership
Competing with your peers not against
Sims talks Air Force Core Values
Teach em how to be followers
Humility and empathy