When delivering training to your staff or students, it is important to keep in mind that the content has the greatest impact when what is delivered is both timely and relevant to your intended audience. To further the idea of delivering relevant content to your staff, custom content filmed at your venue can be both engaging and fun!
It’s time for an update! You may remember our previous blog on the top universities as ranked by QS World University Rankings. A new update has come out covering the top hospitality schools in the world for 2019.
There are thousands of universities across the world, many with outstanding reputations. However, not all schools are made equal. There are some schools like Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, or Stanford that people dream of attending. Yet, these schools would not be the ideal place to attend if you are someone who is interested in studying hospitality management.
If you think you’ve got what it takes for this industry keep reading!
Hospitality leadership programs are one of the most underrated and powerful ways to launch your career in this industry, however not many people know about these.
For people who have been working in the industry and are looking for a change or for growth, these programs are for you. If you are studying hospitality management with limited hands-on experience, these programs are also for you.
So, let's break it down and get you up to speed on what exactly hospitality leadership programs are and how you can get started.
Sometimes for hospitality students it can be hard to see the end outcome of their studies - anything from foreseeing their job prospects after graduating, to completing assignments.
However, sometimes they just need a spark of inspiration and motivation boost to see that being in the hospitality industry can in fact be rewarding.
TED talks can be a good resource for finding useful advice, knowledge and insights about almost anything, from people of all walks of life. Here are seven inspirational TED talks you should encourage your hospitality students to watch.