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Neutralizing Workforce Carbon Footprints

Female public speaker at the conference

“I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow. When there’s that moment of ‘Wow, I’m not really sure I can do this,’ and you push through those moments, that’s when you have a breakthrough.” – Marissa Mayer.

There are plentiful of speakers and master trainers on board. We have come across probation, training, retraining, and training needs analysis to determine all the training that needs to be completed in a certain period to allow their team to complete their job as effectively as possible, as well as progress and grow

All of us get trained in one way or the other. Some types of training we encounter or deliver include in-house, mentorship, and external training to acquire technical skills, skills, soft skills, knowledge, professional skills, personal and organizational health, occupational safety skills, management skills, HR skills, research skills, socio-cultural skills, and personal development skills. So skillful are we to mitigate the work processes in our day-to-day schedules.

Push yourself a little bit towards Super-excellence

  • Exposure training should be provided to facilitators in all related areas in addition to the area of specialization or subject-specific reach of the personnel, which is followed in the hospitality industry operations. This has been conducted at different locations, different units and at different times. This could enable grooming for better working standards of the facilitators through academic exchange programs and multidisciplinary seminars.
  • Dissemination of information from various sources can increase the know-how and procedural technicalities and information interface of the industry operational policies to play in sync with the hospitality education and sustainable information quotient thereby.
  • Inputs and compilation of data are a protocol and the follow-up mechanism on the end product is again a singular report analysis. It can be an ongoing scenario, updating data would ensure stability and improvements as everyone doesn’t take the same time to deliver desirable results and will surely excel to greater heights with time.

Definitely, when there is a gap, we train. Who decides and what training depends solely on the individual, the organization and the authorized person dealing with the situation at that very point of time. Continuing to empower and equip the facilitators in an institutional holistic approach is suggested below:

Dedicated training center for faculties, where year-round training can take place through custom solutions for educational corporate.

  1. Centralized resource station for ready reference for students and faculty.
  2. Adoption of modern technology.
  3. Encourage industrial exposure and project consultancy for facilitators
  4. Centralized dashboard notification facility.

A facilitator ignites the fire that fuels the student’s thirst for knowledge; meanwhile quenching his own overgrown thirst too. Believe it.

Proud of the noble profession reinforced to super-excellence.

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Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar
Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar, is senior lecturer at Institute of Hotel Management (IHM) Ahmedabad, widely considered to be one of the India's best hospitality and hotel management schools. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya (KSV), an M.Phil from Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU), and a B.Sc. (H & H.A.) degree from IGNOU from Institute of Hotel Management (IHM) Ahmedabad. He has 5 years of International & National industrial exposure at Holiday Inn, Ahmedabad, Baisan International, Bahrain, and Sarovar Group, Ahmedabad, and teaching at Baisan Institute of Hotel Management, Bahrain; he is serving IHM Ahmedabad since 2002.

Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. Connect with him through LinkedIn.