Engaging your employees in 2013

By Steve Lawler - Managing Partner of St. Louis-based Opinions Incorporated

8 March 2013
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In the year ahead, hotel employees will have ever greater access to more and different ways of understanding their company's performance, culture and leadership, writes Steve Lawler, Managing Partner of St. Louis-based Opinions Incorporated. New social media technologies will catalyze changes in the relations not only between employers and employees, but also those between employees and guests. Engaging employees will therefore be a key objective for enlightened managers.

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Steve Lawler

Working with individuals and groups in the hospitality, not for profit, manufacturing and educational sectors to develop wisdom and insight for achieving sustainable results. Client list includes The Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Washington University in St Louis, Oetker Hotel Management GmbH, Liguori Publications, Ryobi. Specialties: Organization Development. Employee Engagement. Management Consulting. Executive Coaching, Wisdom for Work workshops and presentations.