Plus: The power of veterans & Dior x Beverly Hills Hotel collaboration
Good morning. If you’re doing work that matters, you need to think about what will enable you to do that work for a long time. As we learned from Craig Poole last week, momentum tends to compound over time, and if you’re not in the game for the long run you won’t be able to make the impact you could.
That’s why building resilience is so important. Today, Mews CEO Matt Welle shares from his personal story why investing in mental health and wellness both on a personal and organizational level is vital.
We’re also looking at:
People: The power of veterans
Marketing: Dior x Beverly Hills Hotel collaboration
From our community: A contribution from Robin Coleman
with Matt Welle, CEO at Mews, on the Hospitality Daily Podcast
Mental health and wellness have become increasingly important topics in the workplace, especially in hospitality. Today on our podcast, Matt Welle shares how he approaches mental wellness for himself and his teams as they work towards building resilience.
It's okay not to be okay: “It’s the biggest thing I’ve learned.”
Prioritize wellness: “We’ve introduced Wellness Wednesdays each month where you can do with it what you want.”
Resilience enables ambition. “Mews is a company where you work really hard, but the other side of that is you need to take care of yourself.”
The power of veterans
with Christopher Randall, Director of Community Impact at 21c Museum Hotels, on the Hospitality Daily Podcast
Yesterday was Memorial Day in the US, a day of recognizing those who have given their lives serving in the armed forces. It’s also important we recognize those who are still with us, and the invaluable skills and experiences that they bring to the table when transitioning to civilian life.
Christopher Randall, a US Marine Corps veteran and the Director of Community Impact at 21c Museum Hotels, shared his advice for organizations looking to hire veterans and help them let their talents shine within the world of hospitality.
Dior x Beverly Hills Hotel collaboration
from Jason Prost
The best marketing creates something you want to take your phone out and snap some photos, and this project certainly does this.
FROM OUR COMMUNITY
I appreciate what Robin does to show that the people working on our teams are multi-dimensional. All work is important and has beauty in it, but we are all much more than just the role we’re working in today.
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