David Mazur, MBA, CEC

Consultant | Coach | Trainer | Facilitator | Speaker |

David has a proven reputation of leading change through competitive advantages and innovative solutions. He has extensive background in all phases of leadership, including; financial management and strategic planning, marketing, management recruitment, training and motivation; and operational analysis. His vast experience, brings a perspective of insight, best practices and benchmarks from similar size, culture and type of organizations, providing a working knowledge and experience of what it takes to achieve immediate and future success.

Hotels | Resorts

Beginning his management career with Ritz Carlton Boston, David went on to Westin Hotel Copley Place and advanced through the management development program eventually become an Opening Assistant for Westin Hawaii and Arizona properties.  He went on to join Hilton Hotels as a Food and Beverage Director and Sheraton Hotel as Conference Director and Resident Manager.

Private Clubs

From his successful hotel career David transitioned his in-depth experience into the private club industry as General Manager of some of New England's finest country clubs. Additionally, he has consulted to numerous golf, city and yacht clubs throughout New England in the areas of Management Searches, Operational Analysis, Strategic Planning, and Membership Marketing, providing clubs with the knowledge and resources needed to solve immediate problems and implement plans for long-term success.

Executive Coaching

Obtaining his Executive Coaching Certification from William James College, David has coached professional executives in both non-profit and profit organizations.  His coaching practice is strengths based using a humanistic approach that builds upon opportunities that clients are sometimes unaware of.  His ability to guide his clients through a positive process reveals aspirations that lead to impressive results. He approaches his clients with the belief that they are inherently capable of personal and professional development.  In working “with” the client he facilitates the clients own experiential knowledge by challenging obstacles to reveal opportunities.

Hospitality Professor

For over a decade David has been a college adjunct professor teaching both hospitality and business course such as: Advertising, Principles of Marketing, Sales Management, Small Business Management, Retail Management, Organizational Communications, Hospitality Law, Customer Service, Business Communications, Event Planning and Strategic Restaurant Development.