cio look interview magellan jets ceo joshua hebert

In its new “Revolutionary CEOs” issue, CIO Look shines a spotlight on Magellan Jets CEO and Founder Joshua Hebert. The wide-ranging interview covers Hebert’s journey through the private jet industry, his work at Magellan Jets as well as his tips for what makes a good CEO. Check out more from the piece below.

Magellan Jets CEO Talks with CIO Look

Magellan Jets CEO and Founder Joshua Hebert tells CIO Look what makes his company so unique. In particular, Magellan Jets puts a focus on developing “long-lasting relationships” with clients that foster loyalty and trust.

“We strive to position ourselves as experienced advisors and resources for all of our clients,” says Hebert. “We stand out amongst our competitors because of the personal relationships we have developed with our clients over the last twenty years.

Hebert also describes how his team of highly experienced pilots, consultants and other leaders are key to Magellan Jets’ value and credibility.

“Our goal is to provide top-notch service both when things are working, as well as when they are not,” says Hebert. “Our objective is to thoroughly educate our customers, through our website and other forms of communication. By doing so, once our clients reach us here at Magellan Jets headquarters, they have a solid understanding of the services we provide.”

The Magellan Jets CEO and founder offers his tips for other CEOs and how they can improve.

“Take risks, communicate with people both within your organization AND outside your organization, always have a vision, even if it changes often, be as much of a visionary as possible, and think two to five years down the road,” says Hebert. “I believe as a leader, and I think my friends and colleagues would agree, it is important to always learn from your mistakes. Believe in good, solid relationships; help others out, mentor.”

Click below to read the full CIO Look interview.

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