Georgianne Fsadni

Director at AETHOS Consulting Group

Georgianne  Fsadni

Georgi’s 30 year career has taken her from New York to the Middle East and, more recently, to the Asia Pacific region. Her global hospitality experience includes hotel and restaurant management; strategic, financial, marketing and operations advisory; asset management; and principal investment and private equity. The breadth and diversity of her business acumen spans from corporate governance working with and on boards to strategic planning for family-owned business and not-for-profit organizations.

A common thread throughout Georgi’s career in the hospitality industry has been her passion for training, coaching, teaching, corporate ethics and sustainability. As a world traveler, avid reader and well-connected hotelier, she continues to stay on top of the trends and best practices that drive the hospitality industry at all levels.

A graduate of Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, she also holds an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. She has authored several hospitality-related articles, been quoted in trade publications, taught hospitality courses and guest lectured at New York University, Columbia University, and the Cornell-Nanyang Institute of Hospitality Management, and spoken at several real estate and hotel conferences.

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Communication - Key to Avoiding the HR Domino Effect

At the beginning of the year, AETHOS conducted an industry-wide survey, intending to shed light on the alignment between the HR function and senior leadership (click here to review the findings). Sixty-eight (68) senior corporate HR professionals, working predominantly in the hotel and restaurant industry in Europe, Asia and North America, participated.

“Specific Curiosity” – The Trick for Building Innovation Bench-Strength for Organizations

There has been much discussion lately about disruptors – present and future – to the hospitality industry and what this means for leaders and strategic planning. What measures should an organization take to position itself to compete in this “continuously disruptive” environment? A quick answer that comes to many is “better use of technology” – to digitally transform the business.

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