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Keith Kefgen

Managing Director & CEO at AETHOS Consulting Group

Keith Kefgen

Keith Kefgen is, with nearly 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, a career hospitality executive. Having graduated from the Cornell University Hotel School, he went on to work at Waldorf=Astoria Hotel before embarking upon a career in hospitality executive search. He was the CEO & founder of a global executive search firm before joining AETHOS Consulting Group. A frequent lecturer on industry related issues, Keith has written more than 100 articles on the topics of executive selection, pay-for-performance, corporate governance and executive leadership and he is currently writing his first book, “The Loneliness of Leadership”.

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The Myth Of ‘Crisis Leadership’

Google the phrase "crisis leadership," and you get over half a billion (yes, with a "b") entries. It is one of the hot topics on social media now, with new entries appearing daily. Everyone in the business world is talking about it, and they all seem to characterize it the same way: that crisis leadership reflects a highly specialized skill set or psychometric profile that is significantly different than "everyday" leadership.

What is Your Business 2.0

The government has effectively shut down the hospitality and travel industries. Yes, this will end, and no, it won't go back to 'normal'. What will the new normal look like? I have heard all kinds of predictions from a V-shaped recovery to social revolution; a wide spectrum to say the least.

Compensation Impact on Taking Money from the Government (CARES Act HEC)

To receive financial assistance (in the case of air carriers and contractors), or loans and loan guarantees (in the case of other eligible businesses), a company must agree to the following limits (w.

To Lead In Times Of Crisis, One Must Be Equal Parts Realist, Pragmatist and Optimist

As an evaluator of leadership capability, I have been asked what it takes to lead in a time of crisis, such as COVID-19. My answer has been simple, "you must be equal parts realist, pragmatist and optimist.

Is Your Business Hard-Wired for Panic or Innovation? | James Houran and Keith Kefgen

The COVID-19 pandemic has now become the most disruptive event in our lifetime. Understandably, virtually all organizations are bogged down in "immediate" decision-making. It is all tactical right now, because there is no place to run and no place to hide; there is no safe haven.
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