Keith Kefgen
Keith Kefgen

Keith Kefgen

Managing Director & CEO at AETHOS Consulting Group

Keith Kefgen is, with nearly 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, a career hospitality executive. Having graduated from the Cornell University Hotel School, he went on to work at Waldorf=Astoria Hotel before embarking upon a career in hospitality executive search. He was the CEO & founder of a global executive search firm before joining AETHOS Consulting Group.
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Keith Kefgen is, with nearly 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, a career hospitality executive. Having graduated from the Cornell University Hotel School, he went on to work at Waldorf=Astoria Hotel before embarking upon a career in hospitality executive search. He was the CEO & founder of a global executive search firm before joining AETHOS Consulting Group. A frequent lecturer on industry related issues, Keith has written more than 100 articles on the topics of executive selection, pay-for-performance, corporate governance and executive leadership and he is currently writing his first book, “The Loneliness of Leadership”.
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About AETHOS Consulting Group

Hospitality consulting firm specializing in executive search, compensation consulting, business transformation and psychometric testing & surveys. We are a group of hospitality experts that value and embody • Global citizenship in our perspective and recommendations • Honesty and transparency in our communications • Open- mindedness and flexibility in our thoughts and conclusions • Resiliency in difficult times and situations • Humility and servant leadership in our dealings with others • Collaboration and the collective wisdom of groups • Innovation in helping our clients become market leaders • Hospitality in our lives and actions • Sustainability in our personal and professional endeavors • Optimizing every interaction with each other, our clients and communities.
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