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Bosspitality - Developing Chief Engineers and Facility Managers Into Leadership Experts

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Nick Lawniczak from Bosspitality reveals all of his experiences from being the Chief Engineer. Everything from leadership strategies, training, technical advice and killer tips, and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve with your hotel engineering career or keep up with the latest trends as the Chief Engineer or Director of engineering. Discover what other Chief Engineers and industry professionals are doing to not only advance their career but, to stay at the top of their game, From, automation, outsourcing, hiring, training and development, technical training, building authority and trust, preventative maintenance, personal development, leadership, managing teams, getting things done and everything that works (and doesn't work) to help you better understand how to crush it with your career.Bosspitality is a coaching company for Engineers of all levels. From entry-level technicians to Chief Engineers, Facility Managers and anyone aspiring to be in those positions.Offering one-on-one coaching, experiential training events, and online productivity products.The mission is simple:“Holding Professionals Chief Engineers and Facility Managers Accountable to Fulfill Their Greatness”Engineering can be a very attractive career path, but it can also be extremely competitive. Standing out amongst the competition requires more than ambition.To me, coaching is not only about helping professionals put more money in their pocket, but also helping others become the best version of themselves while achieving their goals beyond what they ever thought possible

Latest Episodes

What is a PLC? Everything you'll need to know about PLCs with the expert, Don Fitchett

We spend a lot of time on the podcast talking about the different roles of PLCs and the various types of equipment they are in. We cover how to manage PLCs you may have, what the future for PLCs looks like, What is a PLC, the PLC industry as a whole and how does someone get properly trained on PLCs? The wildest part to me about speaking with Don is how many PLCs I had been using and wasn't even aware! Nicholas www.bosspitality.com

71 MINMAY 22
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What is a PLC? Everything you'll need to know about PLCs with the expert, Don Fitchett

If you were a Hotel Chief Engineer or Facility Manager

What would you do ? If you were able to save your property a considerable amount of money, should you be entitled to any of it ? In this example, if you are able to switch your property over from the retail gas market to the wholesale gas market, and as a result your organization realizes savings in excess of $50k +, should you receive a bonus ? Should you structure it in such a manner that you get paid in perpetuity even if you leave ?

3 MINMAR 11
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If you were a Hotel Chief Engineer or Facility Manager

How to Write a Hotel Engineering Operations Manual

The importance of having a department operations manual.

29 MINMAR 5
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How to Write a Hotel Engineering Operations Manual

How To Fire an Under performing Employee

How To deal with an under performing employee Who doesnt want a team of high performers that all work cohesively and get everything you set out done. We can discuss exactly what a PIP is in detail in another lecture. In my experience, when placing an employee on a PIP - 1 of 3 things happen

8 MINFEB 23
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How To Fire an Under performing Employee

How To Fire Someone (Series) 2 of 5

The Best Way To Fire, Is To Avoid the Hire The reality is…people always show their best self during an interview..and even with a good vetting process in place, we often hire people that turn out to be bad employees and end up having to be let go. While in this series we are going to talk about ultimately how to fire someone, we first need to begin with the proper on boarding to ensure that when that time comes it makes the process as painless as possible.

5 MINFEB 22
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How To Fire Someone (Series) 2 of 5

How To Fire Someone

Firing people is HARD - I don’t think it will ever be easy. You are changing someones life, eliminating their paycheck, but you can make it easier and not so unexpected. So when you do sit down with this person, they already knew it was coming. Rather than having feelings of anger towards you, they will feel remorseful and disappointed that they let you down. Or they may feel relived that they know it’s OK for them to quit.

2 MINFEB 21
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How To Fire Someone

Why Are Indian Americans Running More than 50% of All U.S. Motels?

Starting in the 1940s, Indian immigrants built a hospitality industry that their children and grandchildren have turned into an empire. The first Gujarati hotelier in the United States was a man named Kanji Manchhu Desai, who joined two Gujarati farmworkers in California in 1942 to take over a 32-room hotel in Sacramento, California, after the property’s Japanese-American owner was forced to report to a World War II internment camp. “If you are a Patel, lease a hotel.”

8 MIN2018 SEP 14
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Why Are Indian Americans Running More than 50% of All U.S. Motels?

How to Write a 6 Figure Resume

A resume is the mirror to your capabilities. It must be made in such a way that the company does not need to think about your second time. When you reach the level and is now ready to apply for six figure job it becomes crucial for you to show your best to them. Six figure jobs is the dream of any person and take many years to reach that point. With this longing for hard work, you would not definitely want to lose this opportunity. When you apply for your dream job, the six-figure job, the very first thing you do is submit your resume. Your resume creates the perception about you, which needs to be positive and influencing. Only then you would get a chance to showcase yourself. Writing a professional resume for your six figure job is a necessity. So, here is the guide to writing a professional resume for your job Before writing up your resume, you must know what your resume needs to deliver to the company about you. Here are the things which your resume must reflect the company: Res...

7 MIN2018 SEP 8
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How to Write a 6 Figure Resume

How to manage and inspire a large team in the hospitality industry - Interview with Jes Gines - Director of Front Office

Bosspitality in the world of hospitality, who can listeners count on for up to date info on everything from personal development tosharing valuable industry insights? Just check in with Nicholas Lawniczak, everyone'sfavorite Hospitality professional. For more hospitality information visitwww.bosspitality.com

27 MIN2018 AUG 22
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How to manage and inspire a large team in the hospitality industry - Interview with Jes Gines - Director of Front Office
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Latest Episodes

What is a PLC? Everything you'll need to know about PLCs with the expert, Don Fitchett

We spend a lot of time on the podcast talking about the different roles of PLCs and the various types of equipment they are in. We cover how to manage PLCs you may have, what the future for PLCs looks like, What is a PLC, the PLC industry as a whole and how does someone get properly trained on PLCs? The wildest part to me about speaking with Don is how many PLCs I had been using and wasn't even aware! Nicholas www.bosspitality.com

71 MINMAY 22
Comments
What is a PLC? Everything you'll need to know about PLCs with the expert, Don Fitchett

If you were a Hotel Chief Engineer or Facility Manager

What would you do ? If you were able to save your property a considerable amount of money, should you be entitled to any of it ? In this example, if you are able to switch your property over from the retail gas market to the wholesale gas market, and as a result your organization realizes savings in excess of $50k +, should you receive a bonus ? Should you structure it in such a manner that you get paid in perpetuity even if you leave ?

3 MINMAR 11
Comments
If you were a Hotel Chief Engineer or Facility Manager

How to Write a Hotel Engineering Operations Manual

The importance of having a department operations manual.

29 MINMAR 5
Comments
How to Write a Hotel Engineering Operations Manual

How To Fire an Under performing Employee

How To deal with an under performing employee Who doesnt want a team of high performers that all work cohesively and get everything you set out done. We can discuss exactly what a PIP is in detail in another lecture. In my experience, when placing an employee on a PIP - 1 of 3 things happen

8 MINFEB 23
Comments
How To Fire an Under performing Employee

How To Fire Someone (Series) 2 of 5

The Best Way To Fire, Is To Avoid the Hire The reality is…people always show their best self during an interview..and even with a good vetting process in place, we often hire people that turn out to be bad employees and end up having to be let go. While in this series we are going to talk about ultimately how to fire someone, we first need to begin with the proper on boarding to ensure that when that time comes it makes the process as painless as possible.

5 MINFEB 22
Comments
How To Fire Someone (Series) 2 of 5

How To Fire Someone

Firing people is HARD - I don’t think it will ever be easy. You are changing someones life, eliminating their paycheck, but you can make it easier and not so unexpected. So when you do sit down with this person, they already knew it was coming. Rather than having feelings of anger towards you, they will feel remorseful and disappointed that they let you down. Or they may feel relived that they know it’s OK for them to quit.

2 MINFEB 21
Comments
How To Fire Someone

Why Are Indian Americans Running More than 50% of All U.S. Motels?

Starting in the 1940s, Indian immigrants built a hospitality industry that their children and grandchildren have turned into an empire. The first Gujarati hotelier in the United States was a man named Kanji Manchhu Desai, who joined two Gujarati farmworkers in California in 1942 to take over a 32-room hotel in Sacramento, California, after the property’s Japanese-American owner was forced to report to a World War II internment camp. “If you are a Patel, lease a hotel.”

8 MIN2018 SEP 14
Comments
Why Are Indian Americans Running More than 50% of All U.S. Motels?

How to Write a 6 Figure Resume

A resume is the mirror to your capabilities. It must be made in such a way that the company does not need to think about your second time. When you reach the level and is now ready to apply for six figure job it becomes crucial for you to show your best to them. Six figure jobs is the dream of any person and take many years to reach that point. With this longing for hard work, you would not definitely want to lose this opportunity. When you apply for your dream job, the six-figure job, the very first thing you do is submit your resume. Your resume creates the perception about you, which needs to be positive and influencing. Only then you would get a chance to showcase yourself. Writing a professional resume for your six figure job is a necessity. So, here is the guide to writing a professional resume for your job Before writing up your resume, you must know what your resume needs to deliver to the company about you. Here are the things which your resume must reflect the company: Res...

7 MIN2018 SEP 8
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How to Write a 6 Figure Resume

How to manage and inspire a large team in the hospitality industry - Interview with Jes Gines - Director of Front Office

Bosspitality in the world of hospitality, who can listeners count on for up to date info on everything from personal development tosharing valuable industry insights? Just check in with Nicholas Lawniczak, everyone'sfavorite Hospitality professional. For more hospitality information visitwww.bosspitality.com

27 MIN2018 AUG 22
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How to manage and inspire a large team in the hospitality industry - Interview with Jes Gines - Director of Front Office
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