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Putting people first

Effective management of employees is critical for all businesses, including the hospitality sector. Mike Kiely looks at how key organisations are attracting, recruiting and engaging their workers
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How to create a successful bar team

One of my favourite bars is London-based chain B @1. Why? Because they know how to create a great team, ensure it’s successful and replicate the formula across all of their bars. I know when walking in I’ll be greeted with a warm hello and met with service which feels personal; this is why I return time and time again.

So how can you too create a successful bar team which oozes personality, promotes your brand and achieves results?

This article by Mary Jane Flanagan originally featured in University Caterer. To read in full click below,

How to create a successful bar team

 
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Talent-obsessed?

Sean Wheeler, area director of HR for The Dorchester Collection and Jane Sunley, CEO of learnpurple, comment on: 'Talent and transformation are examples of where hype can result in expensive, frustrating journeys that lead to dead ends'.

This article originally featured in HR Magazine. To read in full click the below link,

Talent-obsessed?

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Leadership - the learnpurple way

By Jo Harley, Director

 

One of the most frequently written about topics in business is leadership. And no wonder - a clear understanding of, along with good implementation, will result in success within t

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Jumping from sector to sector

Can a colourful executive career be built by collecting experience in different sectors?

While there is a lot to be said for staying in one sector for a career, in order to build up a wealth of experience, there is a growing push to move between sectors to broaden skillsets and create more rounded candidates.

This article featuring Jane Sunley was originally from The Grapevine magazine. To read in full click the link below,

Jumping from sector to sector

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When less is most definitely more

By Mary-Jane Flanagan, Training Director

We seem to be living in an era of information overload; 30 page user guides for buying a tiny piece of equipment, acceptance speeches that thank everyone including God and their

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