The Breakfast Briefing
The latest campaigns, activities, events and news.
As we stand, we are harming company performance and individual well-being, and more – business has accidentally undermined the traditional social structures that are important to productivity. Read here.
Hospitality Social Good
The industry can play a bigger and more central role in society – whether driving, motivating or bringing a group together, the industry can play the lead role for social action and social change. Read here.
The Way Of The Gods, Bologna To Florence
18th to 25th June 2018
In June EP is hosting a charity walk in Italy through a series of ancient roads and mule tracks that lead through beech woods and along grassy ridges between rugged peaks named after gods. Beginning in beautiful Bologna and finishing seven days later in Florence, the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany, the walk is also to enable personal growth and create memories.
By getting immersed in walks like this both leaders and emerging leaders can be inspired by the daily changing landscapes but also learn from the culture.
The Champions of Culture
Recently EP hosted an evening where four Olympians shared their passionate stories on leadership, trust, culture and teamwork. There is so much business can learn from sport – and if we can bring lessons from sport and implement into culture and retention of talent, then it will more than pay for itself and may well even help raise the enjoyment factor in the workplace which is intense at the best of times. Discover here.
Should we remove the CV from talent acquisition?
Talent Acquisition… select on attitude, character and skill, not the CV. Is it too much to ask that the foundation stones of talent acquisition are built upon attitude, character and skill? Process and systems support in many positive ways but for people, and people is everything in the Hospitality Industry, is it important we look at the traits they possess? Discover here.
A look back at the winter conference last year where 200 people heard from 26 speakers on a range of important hospitality topics.
“Pope reveals that he has never been to Ikea.”
Times columnist Daniel Finkelstein after Pope Francis was alleged to say “that Hell does not exist.”
‘Stolen office lunch’ drama had Twitter gripped. Here are just some of the tweets about a co-worker discovering who had stolen their lunch: Read the other tweets here.
Britons unsure whether they would get a refund if their travel provider went bust.
Fewer than half of Britons feel confident that they would get a refund if their holiday provider went out of business, according to research consultancy BDRC’s latest Holiday Trends report.
Hilton announces Turkey expansion.
Hilton has announced plans to open four new hotels in Turkey under its upscale DoubleTree by Hilton and midscale Hampton by Hilton brands.
When it comes to bleisure trips, your boss’ opinion matters.
One in five global business travellers skip leisure additions to business trips due to employer perception.