Pekka Pohjakallio joins us on the Hospitality Resilience Series to discuss the world of Hybrid Work, what companies are doing to improve employee well-being, how it impacts performance and why leaders need to take care of themselves.
Mark Hardie takes us on his journey of discovery of stoicism and reveals how useful its application can be for leaders and in decision-making, when facing a challenging and difficult situation(s).
In this session of the Hospitality Resilience Series, Patrick Ghielmetti and our co-hosts explore what sets a static leadership style apart from a dynamic leadership style and what techniques and tactics are employed in both styles on a personal level and with our surroundings, social and corporate.
In this session of the Hospitality Resilience Series, Chris Bodman reveals how and why elite sport athletes develop inner resilience and are better prepared to perform at an optimum level. Discover how you can apply that in to build your surrounding and develop your own psychological resilience.
In this interactive session of the Hospitality Resilience Series, Yves Givel demonstrates the utility of mindfulness practices and how integrating these into our daily lives helps to keep our emotions in check, and become more aware and focused on the task at hand.
In this session of the Hospitality Resilience Series, Bruce Harkness explores with our co-hosts, the roles resilience and self-awareness play in helping us to embrace chaos and handle change.
Jonathan speaks to Zen Monk Marcel Reding about how we can build inner resilience effectively. They explore meditation, inner -balance, responsibility, goal-setting, connection and how we can become better versions of ourselves.
In this session of the Hospitality Resilience Series, we tackle The Future of Sleep with Yadid who introduces us to the importance of sleep and its effects on our health and performance in the short and long term.
Claudia takes us through what we mean by an intentional life, the total shift from the need of recognition from the outside and really assessing the important things from within. Discover self-love, the true meaning and benefits of meditation and good habits.
Simone talks about what it takes to be a leader in today’s world: Your mindset is key to unlocking positive momentum, in our daily lives for us but also for our teams, and communities, allowing us to seek the right kind of opportunities and goal-set the right way.
Community Building is essential for hospitality concepts of the future. Listen to how Monika explains what it means, what it is and how we do it. During this exceptional year, communities were the one thing that kept many sectors, and individuals, active and determined to find solutions and aim for a better tomorrow.
Big advocate for not limiting yourself and enjoying food, both “good” and “bad”, Rhaya’s key message is to understand your gut and enjoy your nutritional journey! Be individualistic in your diet and refrain from restraining. Find out what nutrition and lifestyle suits you and only you throughout this second episode of the Hospitality Resilience Series.
There is art in maintaining mental health and wellbeing. It is a necessity that is unfortunately overlooked in the journey of prevention from illnesses and diseases. Mariana stresses on their importance and unveils how biohacking and the new technologies can advance and flourish in the hospitality sector, as well as enhance the guest journey, experience and reach a wide community.
This one of a kind session with special guest Sean Worker marks the launch of the Hospitality Resilience Series. Sean here shares the results of his extensive research for his soon-to-be published book THE ADAPTERS examining the importance of adaptability and leadership best practice in the hospitality industry.
John takes us on his journey in entrepreneurship and shares his learnings through his various experiences in both intrapreneurship and entreprenurship up until creating and running Cycas Hospitality, listed as one of the Best Companies to Work For.
In this episode, Jonathan talks about his journey as a mentor. He explains the impact a mentor can have on one’s career and which traits differentiate good mentors.
In the third and final episode, Alphy discusses, perhaps the most shocking crisis yet, the time his compound in Riyadh was attacked by Al-Qaida. Alphy not only reveals details on how he managed his team and guests but his family too.
In this episode, Alphy takes us to Jakarta in the midst of a financial crisis. He remained collected throughout the experience with his calm and focused approach.
In this episode, Alphy talks about his time during the San Francisco earthquakes and the Los Angeles riots. They are two events that are marked in history as major crisis that had significant impact on the community, the city, and the tourism sector in a way that it took time for these markets to recover and for the people to recover.