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NAF Celebrates More than 30 Years of Hospitality Education

NAF Celebrates More than 30 Years of Hospitality Education

Since 1982, students in high-need communities across the country have been offered unique educational experiences through NAF. NAF gives high school students access to focused learning career training that can be integrated with curriculums, allowing participants to experience real-world opportunities ...

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Four Factors for Combating Unconscious Bias

Four Factors for Combating Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias is a series of quick thoughts—often stemming from a collection of learned stereotypes influenced by a person’s background, cultural differences, and their environmental and personal experiences—that trigger quick judgments of people and situations that unintentionally influence how one ...

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Trading Places: Managers ‘Walk the Walk’ of Hotel Staff

Trading Places: Managers ‘Walk the Walk’ of Hotel Staff

According to The Chase Park Plaza’s Director of Marketing and Sales Frederik Houben, job swapping, such as was recently implemented at The Chase Park Plaza Royal Sonesta Hotel in St. Louis, Mo., can improve employee development and promote collaboration among departments. Houben ...

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Three Benefits of Mentorship Programs in Hospitality

Three Benefits of Mentorship Programs in Hospitality

In the hospitality industry, where personal relationships take the lead, a key connection between the guest and the hotel ensures success and loyalty. This applies to internal connections as well, beginning with mentor/mentee relationships. A hospitality mentorship may take on ...

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Five Factors That Make or Break a Learning Environment

Five Factors That Make or Break a Learning Environment

Leesburg, Va.—Learning and training, the most important reasons for meetings and conferences, have evolved from the traditional classroom to a wide range of room formations and teaching styles. Many venues claim to offer the perfect setting for any program, but ...

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