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Articles tagged “leadership”

How the Top Boss at One of Paris’s Most Iconic Hotels Copes With the Crisis

How the Top Boss at One of Paris’s Most Iconic Hotels Copes With the Crisis

Sean O'Neill, Skift

What's it like being the general manager of a luxury hotel during coronavirus? We asked Franka Holtmann, who looks after Le Meurice for Dorchester Collection. She spoke candidly and poetically about her worries, her new workflows, and how she cares for her team.

3 days ago

Philippine Airlines Makes an About-Face on New Leadership

Philippine Airlines Makes an About-Face on New Leadership

Maria Stella F. Arnaldo, Skift

This is quite a communications blunder. A premature announcement of a leadership change last week had to be corrected after the PAL board met Monday. In short, the PAL chairman's daughter, Vivienne Tan, won't be leading the airline after all. Maybe someday.

9 months ago

Extended Stay America Gets New CEO in Signal That It Needs to Up Its Game

Extended Stay America Gets New CEO in Signal That It Needs to Up Its Game

Deanna Ting, Skift

Everyone wants a piece of the extended stay market, so it'll be interesting to see how the new CEO guides Extended Stay America in this increasingly competitive space.

2 years ago

How Women in the Travel Industry Are Tackling Gender Discrimination

How Women in the Travel Industry Are Tackling Gender Discrimination

Sarah Enelow, Skift

Grassroots activism is now the go-to tactic for achieving gender equality in the Trump-era travel industry. Lobbying male executives one-on-one isn’t working, so women are employing their collective influence, reminiscent of recent movements like the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.

3 years ago

The Compelling Business Case for Greater Diversity in the Travel Industry

4 years ago