What are the typical non-aircraft duties for an airline pilot?
By non-aircraft, I'm asking about time spent in the office, in meetings, training (whether in a simulator, class or other non-aircraft environment), deadheading or being at the airport but not actually in the aircraft.
I understand there is paperwork and pre-flight planning done on the ground between flights while in the cockpit, so I'm not asking about this. I'm really trying to get an idea about what other work related activities you do which does not involve you being in the cockpit (except perhaps purely as a work-related passenger).
Another way of asking this question would be, "what work besides flying planes does an airline pilot normally do, or might reasonably be expected to do, as part of his or her job?"