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Board Diversity Within The Lodging Industry – Moving Away From Ordinary Thinking

April 4, 2019

David Mansbach Results from a recent gender diversity study I conducted for the lodging industry indicate that of the 238 board seats available among the 28...

Hotel CEO Turnover 2018: A Study of the Top 50 Largest Hotel Management Companies

March 4, 2019

By Chris Mumford, Thomas Mielke, and Dominic Maurer Turnover of Chief Executives at the world’s 50 largest hotel groups (as per HOTELS 325 2018...

Compensation for US CEOs in Lodging: Fair Pay Is a Real Issue

February 18, 2019

(February 18, 2019) - AETHOS New York Managing Director Keith Kefgen, in his annual review of CEO compensation for a variety of hospitality disciplines, shares...

The Evolution Of Private Clubs

February 7, 2019

By Chris Mumford The desire to be with and around other people is an innate human characteristic. In evolutionary terms, humans quickly worked out that...

Gaming CEO Pay in a Year of Reckoning

February 4, 2019

By Keith Kefgen The last eighteen months has been a reckoning for powerful men in the business world and gaming has been no exception. The #MeToo Movement...

2019 and Lodging Technology: Is There a One-Size-Fits-All Approach?

February 1, 2019

By Matt Peterson Turning the page on another calendar year is always fun and reflective. As we look to 2019, there are some interesting trends and new...

2019 Insights for Human Capital in Hospitality: Challenges in Finding Labor and Artificial Intelligence Among Trends in the US

January 8, 2019

(January 8, 2019) –  AETHOS Consulting Group’s US partners have gathered their collective thought leadership and now share predictions,...

Hospitality & Technology - What to Look for When Hiring a CTO

November 7, 2018

By Thomas Mielke On the topic of hospitality, technology and recruitment (as published in Hospitality Upgrade)  Over the last several years,...

The ‘Hack’ Leaders Should Use in Today’s Quagmire of Ambiguity

October 16, 2018

By James Houran, Ph.D., Dallas Common sense dictates that the more information people have the more informed decisions they will make. This reasoning...

Reimagining Sales Leadership With Josh Lesnick, President & CEO, Associated Luxury Hotels

September 26, 2018

By Andrew Hazelton AETHOS recently “picked-the-brain” of Josh Lesnick, President & CEO of Associated Luxury Hotels – the parent...

Hospitality & Technology – Innovation is Being Stifled by Lack of Leadership

September 21, 2018

By Thomas Mielke Whenever a company is merging with or being taken over by one of its competitors — something increasingly commonplace in 2017 and...

Hospitality Leadership Series On ‘Professional Visibility’: The 3 Cs of Executive Presence

September 20, 2018

By: Andrew Hazelton, Philadelphia | Thomas Mielke, London Last month, we investigated what it takes to be visible in the professional market...

Hospitality Leadership Solutions Series: Is Self-Confidence Friend or Foe?

September 19, 2018

By James Houran, Ph.D. and Keith Kefgen Noted hospitality thought leaders and corporate governance/ performance management experts Kefgen and “Dr....

A Welcomed Metamorphosis of the Chief Human Resources Officer Function

July 2, 2018

By Thomas Mielke In the late 19th and early 20th century, the French-American duo of mathematicians Henri Poincaré and Norbert Wiener investigated...

Putting ‘Job-Hopping’ in Proper Perspective

June 14, 2018

By Terry Donovan Executive search clients consistently voice concerns about candidates who appear to be “job-hopping”– i.e., frequently move...

Q&A With Kristie Goshow, CMO at Preferred Hotels & Resorts

May 22, 2018

By Matt Peterson Quick quiz, what do these leaders have in common — “Jack Welch of GE, Steve Jobs of Apple, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook,...

Talking Environmental Psychology and Guest Experience with Aesthetics Expert Elizabeth Weiner

February 7, 2018

By James Houran All people and places give off “vibes.” Forming impressions of other people depends on much more than what we consciously see or...

NIMBYism: The Most Significant Cultural Threat for our Industry in 2018

February 5, 2018

By Thomas Mielke In a meeting with the CEO of a student housing owner-operator just before the holidays, our conversation steered from ‘anticipated...

Why ‘Heart and Soul’ Is Also a Strength in Leadership

December 4, 2017

By James Houran, Ph.D., Dallas and Keith Kefgen, New York One of the most difficult and humbling things for us human beings is to admit we don’t...

Traditional Lodging Makes Waves on the High Seas

November 8, 2017

By Thomas Mielke  One has to applaud the blue-sky thinking of Ritz Carlton’s management team for having the guts to ‘go for it’. Whilst...

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