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Ioannis S. Pantelidis
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Attended University Of Surrey
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About weaknesses - the Philoxenia way...
Understanding your weaknesses is
not half the battle, half the battle is correcting those weaknesses, the full
battle is turning them to strengths!
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Leadership thought of the day...
When
leaders see themselves as Captains of a ship and they forget they are
Admirals then the whole fleet goes down at the bottom of the sea!
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10 social media marketing mistakes in hospitality organisations.
A couple of years ago I was invited to deliver a talk about social
media and generation Y for hotel, restaurant and event entrepreneurs.
Back then even the idea of Google plus seemed to confuse colleagues in
events and hospitality. There were still many ...
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My 2nd LinkedIn pulse post: A creative approach on Why great Leaders are neither born not made...(hint: they make themselves by necessity).
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Great leaders are born not made? No... Great leaders are worn, bot aid!
(First published in LinkedIn Pulse ) When was the last time you met a great leader? No, not the kind
that was born not made… the kind that is willing to take risks for
their team, the kind that has such a vision you are willing to drop
everything else an...
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Knowledge is power!
Last week I attended the annual research conference of   the Council for Hospitality Management
Education ( http://www.chme.org.uk/ ) at Buxton, a most enjoyable and full of knowledge conference,   but this blogpost is not about that kind of
academic knowle...
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"Nettles" in your team can be good for you sometimes!
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Younger colleagues may find this useful older colleagues may find it validating.
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Come Join in the conversation and add common mistakes in social media marketing.
A couple of years ago I was invited to deliver a talk about social media and generation Y for hotel, restaurant and event entrepreneurs. Back then even the idea of Google plus seemed to confuse
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My 1st linkedin pulse post, on why mobile devices are Not capital equipment...
I recently had a debate with my accounts department who decided that my team and I were not allowed to spend some of our departmental budget on buying a few ipads. We hoped that ipads would support
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Mobile devices are NOT capital equipment (or a Cat in a Dog’s world).
(First published in LinkedIn Pulse) I recently had a debate with my accounts department who decided that
my team and I were not allowed to spend some of our departmental budget
on buying a few ipads. We hoped that ipads would support our team
enhance the...
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Senior Lecturer in Hospitality & Hospitality Consultant
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  • University of Brighton
    Senior Lecturer, present
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Hospitality consultant, speaker, facilitator.
Introduction
Ioannis is a principal lecturer in hospitality and culinary arts at Brighton University and leads the postgraduate center at the school of sport and service management . Passionate about hospitality, he comes from a family of hoteliers and restaurateurs. Prior to his academic career he worked for Hotels and Restaurants in Europe. He holds a PhD and an MSc from the University of Surrey. His research and consultancy remains focused on practical aspects and solutions to management problems and issues in hospitality and tourism.
Education
  • University Of Surrey
    MSc
  • University of Surrey
    PhD