leadership

Op Ed: Frank Morogiello On Connectedness And Leadership

Strong leadership skills are never more important than during a crisis, and that includes staying connected with the people who make up an organization. First as the head of global sales for American Airlines and then with multiple executive search firms, Frank Morogiello learned a thing or two about the topic. Throughout my career and…

Op Ed: Gabe Rizzi On What Your CEO May Be Looking For From T&E Management

Travel management has many important reasons for being. It touches lots of different departments and leads to varied priorities among organizational leaders. Gabe Rizzi, Travel Leaders Group’s chief sales officer and Travel Leaders Corporate’s president, suggests travel management pros take stock of those priorities and determine how best to extend the discipline’s value. Cost reduction…

Op Ed: Vic Pynn On Three Ways To Value People, The Hidden Differentiator

Former Amadeus, American Express and TRX leader Vic Pynn is enthusiastic about opportunities for companies to improve their appreciation and nurturing of human resources. Continuing his contributions to industry dialogue on leadership, mentoring and talent retention, here he highlights the reasons for putting people first and how to do so. I am amazed at the amount…

Op Ed: Duane Futch On Understanding Executive Leadership In A Travel Management Environment

Duane Futch during a 40-year career has been an aviation and travel management executive. He’s currently CEO of Global Travel and Aviation Solutions, a consultancy he founded, and an industry speaker. Through all those experiences he’s discovered that many travel management professionals lack well-rounded views of the hows and whys of corporate governance and executive…

Op Ed: Vic Pynn On Three Questions Every Industry Leader Must Ask

There’s a common concern that as professionals from older generations wrap up their careers, the corporate travel profession won’t find enough younger talent to fill all those positions. Many expect the deficiency to hit both travel agents and corporate managers. Travel industry veteran Vic Pynn is focused on addressing the problem. He’s worked for American…

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