David has been working with Simon Sinek, a world-renowned thought leader and author of the book, Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, since 2009, and he speaks and facilitates workshops inspired by Simon’s simple, yet powerful message. David travels internationally, helping people shift their perceptions about the reason their organizations really exist, what leadership is, and how human biology plays into it all.
Everything David does is designed to propel people to be a little more than they were yesterday.
David offered to share a 16-page presentation on the Golden Circle designed for people who want to share the idea with others.
And, if you’d like to get the Publisher version that includes the slides and presenter notes, send me an email.
Imagine a world where nearly everyone wakes up each day inspired to go to work at your hotel, feels safe and valued while they are there, and returns home at the end of each day fulfilled – feeling as though they are contributing toward something greater than themselves.
Now imagine the experience your guests will have with a team that feels this way.
It all starts with Why.
Start with Why
Ginny Morrison of Evanston, Illinois, is a 33-year veteran of Spire Hospitality, a hotel management company with a portfolio that spans coast-to-coast. As vice president of sales and marketing, Morrison saw the coronavirus pandemic decimate the meetings business. More than a year later, she’s witnessing a comeback as small-meeting planners are actively booking events for the last half of 2021 and beyond. As public health agencies expand COVID-19 vaccination programs across the U.S. and states ease up on public-gathering restrictions designed to keep the virus at bay, the hotel industry is seeing small meetings begin a comeback. In Episode 317, Long Live Lodging covers the state of the small-meetings sector and how hotels can grab their share of the meetings business during and post-pandemic. This report is part of our ongoing coverage about the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the hospitality industry.
The Hunter Hotel Investment Conference will be the industry’s first large event to be held during the coronavirus pandemic. The Atlanta event will be a hybrid format of in-person and virtual access, also an industry first. Lee Hunter, chairman of the conference, knows the level of expectation is high among other conference planners as well as industry professionals eager to network after more than a yearlong hiatus. Episode 316 of Lodging Leaders podcast features Hunter as he tells what it takes to re-launch the industry’s conference circuit amid the COVID-19 outbreak.