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Robertson Hunter Stewart

President at RHS Consulting

Greater Paris, France

9228 Followers

Author of One to One, management expert & coach

Available For: Advising, Authoring, Consulting, Influencing, Speaking
Travels From: Paris, France
Speaking Topics: Employee Engagement, One to One meetings & Time Management

Robertson Hunter Stewart Points
Academic 0
Author 181
Influencer 715
Speaker 0
Entrepreneur 0
Total 896

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Company Information

Company Type: Company
Business Unit: Leadership
Theatre: North America & Europe

Areas of Expertise

Business Strategy
Customer Experience
Customer Loyalty
Future of Work
Leadership 33.71
Management 39.26
HR 37.94
Culture 32.88

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Higher Education & Research
Hospitality

Publications

1 Article/Blog
Why are One to One meetings so important?
LinkedIn
September 08, 2021
If we put all three of these together, it's fairly easy to see that if you want to "keep your finger on the pulse" you need to be holding these meetings in a way that ensures both their frequency and structure. It's only in this way that the employeee will "buy into" the process.

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Tags: Management, Culture, HR

3 Books
One to One: Managing quality time with individuals for engagement and success
Self Published
October 13, 2020
This book gives the reader a step by step guide on how to obtain and maintain sustainable competitive advantage through the correct management of individuals in today’s workplace. More importantly, it’s about giving purpose to people at work and increasing their engagement to both you as their manager and the organisation as a whole.

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Tags: Management, Culture, HR

One to One - Managing Quality Time with individuals for engagement and success
Self Published
September 01, 2020
This book gives the reader a step by step guide on how to obtain and maintain sustainable competitive advantage through the correct management of individuals in today’s workplace. More importantly, it’s about giving purpose to people at work and increasing their engagement to both you as their manager and the organisation as a whole.

Engagement or the lack of it is one of the major challenges that companies face today and for the foreseeable future. This lack of engagement results in extremely high costs to organisations in terms of retention (the lack of), leading to excessive turnover costs, unreasonably high recruitment and training costs as well as a lowering of productivity.

This book demonstrates how employee engagement can be improved through the proper running of one-to-one meetings. It gives very clear step-by-step guidance and instructions about everything that needs to be done to run these meetings in the most optimal way possible.

Ultimately, this book demonstrates both how and why running effective one-to-one meetings with individuals properly results in the creation of additional value for companies both for today and tomorrow. This, in turn, leads to a situation where everyone wins: you as the manager, the employee and the organisation.

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Tags: HR, Leadership, Management

Employee Power
Self Published
September 01, 2019
This is a book about the incredible source of largely untapped power which exists within organisations and companies today, namely your employees. It explains why this is the case and what to do about it. The main paradigm of the book is that employees are the most important resource for any organisation and should be treated as such; companies need more than ever to become employee centric.Both now and in the future, key themes such as autonomy, empowerment and employee engagement will become the foundations upon which companies will build competitive advantage. Building confidence and trust will become more and more crucial to success. As I say in the book:“Empowerment is also to do with confidence and trust. If you think about the concepts of confidence and trust in your life outside of work, I am sure that most of you would agree that, if there is no trust within, for example, a family unit, there is a great likelihood that this will lead to a serious problem.”About the author:Robertson Hunter Stewart’s experience as an employee has now stretched over a period of 36 years (56-years-old at the time of writing) and he has spent the last 26 years in the service sector. Arriving in France in 1992 (and speaking no French), Stewart worked his way up from cleaner to General Manager of some of the biggest Luxury Hotels in Europe (three of which with over a thousand rooms). He has led teams from a few to several hundred during his career.He also continues to teach in both French and English at Bachelors and Masters Level for prestigious Management schools in Paris, France.As he says in his first book:“As both an employee and a manager, I strongly believe that the way that we are treated within an organisation impacts to a very high degree on how we behave as employees and, following on from that, how we perform.”Stewart lives in the West of France with his wife and two children.https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertson-hunter-stewart-90538b1a/

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Tags: HR, Leadership, Management

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