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Acquiring and Retaining Employees in a New Work Environment


We asked Anna Wenngren, chief people officer, SafetyCulture, about bringing employees back to corporate offices post-COVID. Among other points, Wenngren addressed maintaining a strong corporate culture regardless of where employees are located. The interview with Wenngren was part of Women Leading Travel & Hospitality’s latest report, Back-to-Office Checklist: Executives Navigate the Challenges, Unknowns, and Plans...

5 Experts Say Travel Can and Will Get Back to a Pre-Pandemic Level


We asked five travel and hospitality leaders about the future of the industry and how drastically different it will or won’t be post-pandemic. Check out their insights below, and find more in-depth information about leading through the COVID-19 crisis in Women Leading Travel & Hospitality’s latest report, Leading Through Crisis.  Women Leading Travel & Hospitality:...


Leading Through Crisis: Learnings and Actionable Steps Through Recovery From Executive Women Across the Travel and Hospitality Industry

This latest Women Leading Travel & Hospitality report highlights how nine executive-level women in the travel and hospitality industry reacted initially to the pandemic, sustained their companies and teams over the last year-plus, and are now looking optimistically to the future. They come from a variety of sectors — airline, hotel, cruise, tourism. Interviewees include: • Natalie Bowman, managing director, marketing and advertising, Alaska Airlines; • Julia Vander Ploeg, senior vice president, global head of digital and technology, Hyatt; • Isis Ruiz, chief marketing officer and senior vice president, Norwegian Cruise Line; and • other exceptional travel and hospitality leaders.