When you have career-related problems - the kind of problems that involve other people such as leadership issues, soft skill shortcomings, communication problems and decision making - you will need a mentor.
When working in hospitality you can have productive days where you’re keen and on a roll, other times you just have bad, ugly days. However the key thing that gets you to show up on either occasion, is your level of motivation.
As motivation is a limited resource, it’s important to make the most of it, and importantly, understand how you can find your own drive to keep you going at work. This applies to any role you have in hospitality - whether that’s a front of house staff member, or the Chief of Operations.
In the long term, strong motivation can help with your personal growth and success. So here are seven ways to stay motivated when working in the hospitality sector.
A career in hospitality is rewarding in many different ways; it’s a dynamic industry, with the flexibility to move anywhere in the world, advance quickly and meet new people every day. But, a life of working in hospitality can have an effect on other areas of your life: namely, relationships.
Whether it’s friendships, romantic partners, or making sure you catch up with your mom once a week, finding the time and energy to maintain relationships out of work can be tough.
We have put together a list of health and wellbeing tips to remember when it all seems too difficult to juggle.
While much has changed throughout humanity’s long history, one thing has remained the same for millennia: our love of beer. Humans have been brewing beer longer than we’ve been baking bread!
Beer is thought to have originated in Ancient Sumer and most likely reached Europe sometime late in the Bronze Age, with brewing beginning in Germany. It’s no surprise that Germans were probably the first to brew in Europe, given the prominence of beer in German culture.
If you know hospitality is the career path you want to follow, your first hospitality job is what will get your foot in the door, so getting your resume perfect is crucial.
Your resume will help you get you closer to that hospitality job, and it's also the first impression your employer will have before even meeting you in person.