“Flying fighter jets in training and combat in the unforgiving environment of an aircraft carrier at sea — as well as high-speed and very low altitude formation acrobatics — was a unique thrill and privilege. But, what gave me the greatest lasting satisfaction was helping to build high performance leaders and teams.”

Captain George Dom, USN Ret., High-Trust Leadership NetworkFounder of High-Trust Leadership Network, Captain George Dom is a former naval officer and aviator with a career that includes key leadership positions in high performance organizations, including four aircraft carrier fighter squadrons and commander of the air wing on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower and USS John F. Kennedy.  He was also an instructor/pilot at the Navy Fighter Weapons School (Topgun) and commanding officer/flight leader of the Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron. Today, Captain Dom is a highly respected business aviation manager, speaker, and leadership consultant to Fortune 500 corporations, private companies and individuals.

Achieving individual and collective high performance requires High-Trust Leadership and Focused Engagement.  This is true in sports, the military, medical teams, and in the business world.  Through daily, deliberate, intentional effort, a culture of high-trust and fully engaged leaders and “wingmen” can be developed at all levels.

A high-trust team is a ‘force-multiplier’ achieving results exponentially greater than the sum of the individuals.

“For an organization like the Navy where there is no ‘lateral entry’ (we couldn’t hire a squadron commander from the business world) leadership development was not just the key to success, but crucial to survival.”

As a former coach with the Human Performance Institute, George can also share the science behind developing what Dr. Jim Loehr refers to as Full Engagement: “the acquired ability to intentionally invest your full and best energy right here, right now.”

“I welcome the opportunity to discuss how my keynote presentations, workshops, and coaching engagements could benefit you, your leadership team, and your organization — together we can unleash the human talent in your group to achieve exceptional results, customer/employee satisfaction, and shareholder value.”


Chris Lindsay is a former Senior Navy SEAL who specializes in leadership, team building and organizational behavior.  He serves as an adjunct professor at the Loyola Marymount University Executive MBA program.

Chris combines practical leadership experience at a senior level of government with business experience and knowledge of the latest academic research and teaching methods.

Captain Lindsay will tell you that leading and mentoring military members was both an honor and a calling – he witnessed inspiring examples of mission focus, unit trust and moral courage.  He is passionate about the application of these qualities to your organization – and especially eager to create an action plan to apply lessons about teamwork, trust, and culture learned in the most demanding environment possible.


Rob Ffield is the founder and CEO of CATSHOT Group, a leader in performance coaching for high-reliability organizations. A former naval officer and aviator whose career highlights include serving as a Topgun instructor twice, Commanding Officer / Flight Leader of the Blue Angels and commander of Carrier Air Wing Seven. Rob’s relentless search for the best systems and processes to build winning strategies, tactics and ultimately cultures led him to develop the concept of a Performance Triad.

Expanding on the concepts expressed in George’s High Trust Leadership, Rob helps organizations aggressively challenge their own status quo and build winning cultures that optimize their Performance Triad. Rob is the author of Building a Culture to Win and Building a Personal Culture to Win and specializes in working with George to provide tailored training services to help organizations create their own internal centers of excellence.

NOTE: As former career U.S. Navy officers, the comments and writings of Captains Dom, Lindsay, and Ffield do not necessarily represent the views of the Blue Angels, the Navy Fighter Weapons School, the Naval Special Warfare Center, U.S. Navy, or the Department of Defense.