Middle Management Movement by Michelle Pascoe
By Michelle Pascoe
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Helping middle management in the hospitality and casino industry.
||CleanThe importance of knowing the practicalities of every role, not relying on someone else to tell you if it is right or wrong||This podcast is interviewing one of the stalwarts in the Club and Hotel industry, Mr Mike Walker, who is retiring later this year after being with the Illawarra Catholic Club (aka Club Central) for the past 22 years and CEO for 16 of those years. In...||14 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRostering - Key to the door of HR||Michelle interviews Ben Williamson - Group Workforce Manager, Club Central Group. Back yourself: if you never fail, you never learn.||7 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe path to the top is not what you think||Michelle interviews Paul Rifkin - Executive Chef, Campbelltown Catholic Club. Identifying the passion and igniting their spark. It's all about opportunities.||2 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean5 Generations in the Workforce - Changing policies to attract and engage the Team||Michelle interviews Scott Spicer - Executive Manager of Human Resources, Revesby Workers Club. With 74,000 Club Members and 3,500 Health Mates members, long term tenure of team members is fundamental to the successful growth of the business.||19 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFinding your Y - Filling the need to Serve||Michelle interviews Douglas Kirkham - CEO of Canada Bay Club. With the introduction of automation the Club sector is rapidly changing.||19 4 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Loved hearing about the robot and that is up to us to be accountable. So true.
Worth a listen!
Very enjoyable and informative podcast, looking forward to the next instalment!
Great insights into an exciting and dynamic industry
An informative and engaging podcast series that looks at an exciting and dynamic time in the Hospitality sector. I love the notion of “finding your why” in life and carrying that into your career choices. Interesting discussion on the opportunities for automation and how it will put the focus back on actually engaging with our customers. I look forward to hearing more.