"Sharpen the saw"
Suppose you were to come upon someone in the woods working feverishly to saw down a tree. „What are your doing, you look exhausted?“ you ask. „Can‘ t you see?“ comes the impatient reply, „I’m sawing down this tree for five hours now, I am beat!“… „Well, why don‘ t you take a break for 5 minutes and sharpen the saw?“ you ask. „I do not have the time to sharpen the saw,” says the man emphatically. „I am too busy sawing!“
(from The 7 habits of highly effective people/Stephen R. Covey)
We have to make sure to sharpen our saws and those of our staff, so that we can be productive, resilient and stress resistent.
Convinced that people should be at the focus oft he development task and that empathy is the secret to hospitality, customer service and sales, we offer trainings in the area of leadership and resilience.
Throughout the last years Yoga and Yoga for Stress Management and its underlying philosophy have influenced my work. Let me share with you, what this approach can provide to the leadership concept of your organization and how it can foster resilience, manage stress and increase productivity in times of change.
Challenge German Source Market in Tourism
Deep Data - Leadership in hospitality in times of VUCA:
How Yoga & meditation make you a better leader
Stress Management in Hospitality
Part 1: Welcoming Well, Part 2: Leading with stress and complaints
Teambuilding touristic season: Season start – Mountain Festival – Season Chill Out
2nd – Being able to
3rd - Wanting to do
4th - Doing consistently