How much does my audience know about the topic? * Jeff Clarke should have a good understanding of the situation. As a key part in the leadership team for this hotel Jeff should understand the importance of attendance. As an assistant manager for the hotel, Jeff should be aware of any upcoming events that could affect the hotel. 4.
Receive and track confirmations b. Reconcile confirmations to ensure attendance 2. Accommodation arrangements c. Research local hotels near NSS Portland office d. Request bids from nearby hotels e. Determine best hotel and place reservations f. Arrange transportation 3. Travel
Unit 99 Promote Active Support Activity 1 Research the hotel model about institutional style settings and compare the characteristics associated with active support and the hotel model in relation to an individual`s support. Include any relevant literature found and include references to demonstrate your research methods. Hotel model: In this type of institutional style setting staff will be doing the domestic tasks for the service users. The service users have a low level of participation in meaningful activities. This type of setting is mainly organised with staffing needs in mind.
Unit LD 303 Promote active support Outcome 1 Understand how active support translates values into person-centred practical action with an individual 1. There are many characteristics associated with active support and the hotel model in relation to an individual’s support. With hotel support this would mean that the service users are spectators to their care. This is just a 'new' word for institutional care. The care which is provided for the service users would be tailored around staff instead of the service users needs.
During the early stages of entering into a career in the hospitality industry you want to be sure to observe and learn a lot through observation of the managerial and the physical organization. In making your observations you want to pay attention to what’s going on in both the front of the house and the back of the house. In the front of the house you want to learn about the operations through observation of the guest and clients. You want to observe and gain a clear understanding of who are the customers in the establishment, what do they value to keep them pleased and satisfied. In the back of the house you want to observe workflow patterns and quality of preparation before the final product or service reaches the clients.
Tell us how you expect that your better understanding of this factor will influence your perceptions of others in the future, after a little more searching of the strip mall. I figured we should take a look in the professional office building just to make sure it was or wasn’t located on one of the five floors. Sure enough the building had suites labeled in their directory. I had based my decision to enter the professional office building by stereotyping. Seeing that we were looking for a business suite why not look in a business office building on the chance of accomplishing what we had set-out to accomplish.
Merging hotels is a good idea, but being cautious as to which ones will merge will help to alleviate losses in profits and revenues for the company overall. 3. Not using a merging strategy that involves hotels that are strongly connected to the brand. Using a Token Endorsement methodology will help to create a “new” name for hotels while keeping the original name in the process, all the while, allowing repeat customers to stay in their favorite hotels and adding new customers to the list of guests. 4.
Week 3: Individual Assignment International Job Search Review the job listings at a multinational organization. You may choose from the organizations from Week Two. Write a 1,050- to 1,200-word paper in which you address the following: Outline the recruitment strategies the organization uses. Explain how the organization classifies their job opportunities and what assumptions may be made about the classifications. Using the information from your text and the organization’s website, determine how the following factors assist in deciding the optimal mix of home and host country employees: The type of international assignment The culture and language preparedness of the employee The length of the assignment The host and home country recruitment and selection practices Staff availability and skill set Compare the benefits offered with your personal expectations.
Unit five: Principles of supporting business events Assessment Section 1 – Understand how to support the organisation of a business event 1. When organising a business event, describe the range of support activities that may be required. When organising a business event support activities that may be required are sourcing a venue, checking what facilities they have and any costs involved and then making the booking, arranging for any guest speakers and arranging any necessary travel and accommodation and sorting out the food and drink, collating any special dietary requirements. You may also have to prepare and distribute any necessary documentation such as agendas and maps with directions and information such as parking requirements. 2.
Briefly describe the current state of Next Day Air Service's office automation, system integration, and networking. Begin by explaining how each department uses information technology, what hardware it uses, and what functions currently are automated. Also assess which department is most in need of a network. 3. [10 pts] Do book Hands-On activity 1B.