TopGahn founder Martin Gahn about the importance of conducting trainings on a regular basis:
For some strange reason the hospitality industry suffers a lack of positive reputation amongst the younger generation. They are not willing to spend time and energy. Other facts such as salary, holidays and work/life balance play a more dominant role in their perspective. This is why it is so important and our duty to let them explore and show them the various and exciting aspects of the industry including the vast changes of reaching management positions in a comparable short duration of time.
Especially the hotel industry offers much more features which other industries could never cover. Gerade unsere Branche bietet so viel mehr, als man je in anderen Branchen lernen könnte. Good insight into human nature, talents for improvisation, flexibility and global action fields just to name a few of them. It is on us to give them perspectives, offer possibilities and creating talents for new colleagues and persons who are willing to become a member of our interesting industry.
Satisfy the desire for knowledge of your employees
Nice to see that many young colleagues are eager to expand their knowledge and will become motivated once they get the change to become better at their job. This is why I am definitely happy to share my longterm experience with them. By saying so we are focussing very much on the practical side of things as the theoretical part can be learned from the books. Even more important is the fact to design trainings and workshops in a manner that all participants will understand and take their knowledge into action at their own properties.
The very many positive reviews on the way we conduct our trainings proofs that we do a good job. We trust that you will find several topics which will help our employees and your property. After all by offering trainings and enhancing state-of-the-art knowledge not only participants but also your property and as a last consequence yourself will benefit from the positive impact.
To conclude this section, let me share with you a quote which has followed me throughout my entire career: