Throughout this series we will challenge existing mindsets, exchange personal insights, discuss practical solutions and provide a forum for shared experiences that will help build personal solutions.
The hospitality sector is currently enduring huge adversity and is faced with a long challenging road ahead. This environment is placing new burdens and strains on leadership and bringing the need for personal resilience and inner immunity into sharp focus.
The Hospitality Resilience Series is a combination of online events, discussions, and insights aimed at helping build personal resilience and inner immunity within hospitality professionals.
Fostering resilient hospitality organizations begins with their leaders
You are invited to participate in a brief online study of resilience for leaders in hospitality organizations. This study is led by researchers at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL, USA and is supported by the Hospitality Resilience Series. Alhtough you will not be compensated for participating, the findings from this study will lead to the development of retreats and other interventions to foster a more resilient global service industry. During this 5 to 10 minutes study, you will be asked to respond to several questions through an online survey platform.
To participate, you must:
- – be at least 18 years old
- – understand (read/write) English,
- – and hold a leadership position (supervise/manage at least one subordinate employee) in the hospitality industry (eg, hospitality, food/beverage, travel/tourism, casino/gaming, etc.).
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“What we can learn from elite sport in developing psychological resilience”
Elite sport is sport at the highest level of competition. The psychological factors, both dispositional and situational, that affect athletes and players at different times may greatly impact their performance levels.
Our special guest on the next Hospitality Resilience Series session, Chris Bodman, Strength and Conditioning coach and Performance psychologist, has dedicated his career to exploring ideal ways to make individuals better prepared to perform at an optimum level and help promote and enhance functioning and performance on the short and longer term.
Join us to learn from elite sport methods and techniques in order to improve our personal resilience.
As the hospitality sector begins to look towards recovery, the burdens and strains on leadership continue to bring focus to the need for strengthening personal resilience and inner immunity. The Hospitality Resilience Series seeks to challenge existing mindsets, exchange personal insights, discuss practical solutions and provide a forum for shared experiences that will help build personal solutions.
In our previous sessions
“Utilising mindfulness practices to improve our state of mind”
The practice of mindfulness has gained widespread popularity over the past 15-20 years as individuals and organisations have recognized the benefits of living and acting with greater awareness and presence. Becoming more aware of our internal state and external environment helps us be more attentive, more creative, compassionate, more resilient and less anxious.