It's time to nominate for HOTEL MANAGEMENT’S 2016 list of GMs to Watch!

Hello Friends,

HOTEL MANAGEMENT is all about general managers in November. In our November issue we preview results of our annual Voice of the GM survey, which polls GMs on topics ranging from salaries to budgets to their outlook on the industry.

We also are happy to present our annual list of GMs to Watch. This is where we need your help: Maybe you are an outstanding GM yourself. Maybe you work for one, or you employ one or you have one as your mentor. Now is the time to nominate yourself or another outstanding hotel GM for HOTEL MANAGEMENT's list of GMs to Watch! Nominations are open until Mon., Sept. 12.

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Fill out the nomination form here.

So what makes a good GM great? We're looking for outstanding people who demonstrate commitment to their guests, their colleagues, their community and their industry. This award isn't for seasoned veterans only; excellent GMs come from all ages, all segments and all geographic locations.

One more thing: If you have been recognized with HOTEL MANAGEMENT’s GMs to Watch award before, please take yourself out of the running this year to give others the opportunity.

Thank you and good luck!

David Eisen

Editor-in-Chief
Questex Hospitality Group
www.hotelmanagement.net | www.hoteldesignmagazine.com

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