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David Lund

The Hotel Financial Coach

David Lund

David Lund is The Hotel Financial Coach, an international hospitality financial leadership expert. He has held positions as a Regional Financial Controller, Corporate Director and Hotel Manager with an international brand for over 30 years.

He authored an award-winning workshop on hospitality financial leadership and has delivered it to hundreds of hotel managers. David coachs hospitality executives and delivers his Financial Leadership Training throughout the world, helping hotels increase profits and build financially engaged management teams.

He speaks at hospitality company meetings, associations and he has had several articles published in hotel trade magazines and he is the author of three books on Financial Leadership. David is a Certified Hotel Accounting Executive through HFTP and a Certified Professional Coach.

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What Is Hospitality Financial Leadership with Sarah Dandashy - Ask A Concierge

Hospitality Financial Leadership is NOT Accounting - We have trained experts for that - It's Business Thinking!

Hospitality Financial Leadership - I Could Do Their Job – An Article For Financial Leaders

When I was an assistant controller, my boss at the time was fond of saying the following about our general manager, “I could do his job, probably not as good as he can, but I could still do his job.

The Paper Can't Talk

Hospitality Financial Leadership - In The Hotel We Need to Give the Financials the Right Voice

Rupesh Patel - Interviews David Lund - The Hotel Financial Coach

Learn about the three things many hotel owners are not doing that they can easily incorporate into their financial operations. Do these and you will be mores successful and more prosperous.

Hospitality Financial Leadership – GOPPAR Characteristics

From time immemorial, revenue per available room, or RevPAR, has been the go-to key performance indicator in the hotel industry. A simple calculation of average daily rate and occupancy rate, it is often thought of as the barometer of health for a hotel by those who work in the industry and those who make a living analyzing it.
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