Industry leaders Lexy Coley and Jessica Davidson discuss how passion can fuel a career in hospitality, what hiring managers are looking for in new talent, and tips on leadership development.
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Is this a bad thing? Not necessarily, however, the potential implications require awareness and caution. Insights from Peggy Berg, Founder, Castell, for the HSMAI Foundation.
As the industry rebounds and travel returns, organizations must continue to work to avoid employee burnout and improve the employee experience and company culture.
The common denominator among these three themes is the stress and burnout it has created among leaders and the associates who are trying to create work-life balance in a VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity) world.
During the recent Hospitality School Revenue Management Faculty Forum, hosted by the HSMAI Foundation, participants from hospitality schools discussed various topics related to student perceptions of the industry, specifically within revenue management.
Jessie Burns, senior director of brand and public relations strategy for Terranea Resort, will receive the 2022 Single/Multi-Unit Marketing Professional of the Year Award during the HSMAI Marketing Strategy Conference, taking place June 28.
In continuing the conversation on the challenges in hospitality talent and the talent pipeline, the HSMAI Foundation held its Hospitality School Sales Faculty Forum to discuss the student perspective when it comes to the sales career path.
Key lessons you can take back to your team to ensure you are attracting, developing, and engaging the best talent now and in the future.
Fifty-five Wyndham team members received their Certified Revenue Management Executive designations and were honored with a virtual graduation ceremony. Here’s the ROI they received as a result of this unique team-building program.
The hospitality labor shortage is real, and there are few easy answers. Talent was lost in 2020 to furloughs and layoffs, but also to individuals who chose to retire, transition to other industries, or downsize their household income to accommodate diverse needs. How can we market the career potential and the core purpose of the industry to a new base?