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 ofonline events,discussions, and insights aimed at helping build personal resilience and inner immunity within hospitality professionals.
Our most recent session
“Sleep is important… So what?
The future of Sleep:
How to reduce stress and improve your personal performance”
Sleep is defined as a dynamic activity. In order to fully understand the brain, we need to first understand sleep and its effect on the body and mind. We know sleep helps us build up our immune system but how does it benefit our state of mind and resilience?
For our 4th session, the Hospitality Resilience Series welcomes Yadid Ayzenberg, Global head of Sleep devices and Director at BOSE Corporation an industry-leading audio equipment technology company, determined to bring about quality, performance, and design in its innovative products. Yadid leads the firms’ Sleep products business and is focused on bringing product innovation to hundreds of millions who struggle from sleep issues. An entrepreneur, with over 20 years experience in product development, his team recently launched the SleepbudsTM II: wireless earbuds that deliver relaxing sounds to help you fall asleep and use Bose noise-masking technology to keep you asleep.
“Why New Year’s resolutions don’t work and what you need to know to live your life intentionally”
January is the month of new year’s resolutions and motivation for personal transformations. It is the opportunity to reflect on our careers and our life goals.
For our 3rd session, the Hospitality Resilience Series welcomes Claudia Roth, Quantum Energy Coach, to provide us with guidance in our journey to becoming an improved and healthier version of ourselves. She calls it “Soul Luxury”.
Claudia pairs her coaching with a wealth of experience in the Hospitality Industry, and helps visionary business leaders reach beyond their own boundaries and limitations to create a new paradigm where emotions and meaning are the new currency of success.
“Food and the Mind: the surprising link between our diet, stress and anxiety”
The enlightening conversation featured Special guest Rhaya Jordan, Nutritional expert, touched on the interplay between food, dieting habits, and our state of mind, our mood and how to reduce stress and anxiety through our eating. Co-hosts Jonathan Humphries of HoCoSo, Chris Mumford of CERVUS Leadership Consulting and Jon Hazan of ATLAS Coaching bring you here unseen video footage from one of their discussions with Rhaya, to provide you with further insights and details on how to build your personal resilience, your inner immunity through sustainable food and eating. Rhaya is an expert on the relationship between food and psychology with particular interest in Type 2 diabetes and gut health. She studied Naturopathy and is fascinated by natural health, nutrition, and sustainable food movements. She was part of the team that wrote the first BSc in Nutrition Therapy at the University of Westminster where she taught and then later at the CNELM (Centre for Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management). She now has moved her practice online and continues her consulting work.
During this first session, we were joined by Sean Worker, Managing Director of T5 Strategies and author of The ADAPTERS, as he shared the results of his extensive research examining the importance of adaptability and leadership best practice in the hospitality industry.