It is not at all easy to be a leader as it requires the capacity to turn vision into reality. A leader is the one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way to his team members. A leader has to make sure that his team is together and working in coordination with each other. Even the hospitality industry requires effective leaders to run the day to day process smoothly.
Monarch Group of Hotels (MGOH) strongly believes in the principle of growth and development of its staff members. Our holistic approach to transform our employees into well-rounded professionals, who emerge as leaders is what drives their immense loyalty. We have various training programs organised to groom the staff members like Leadership and Team Building, Spoken English, Communication Skills & Public Speaking, etc. We are committed to the growth and learning of our employees. As a result, MGOH offers focused mentoring and training to enrich both professional and personal development among its staff.
One such session which was recently organised by management was Leadership and Team Building Session which spanned across two whole days wherein Managers from all departments like Front office, Accounts, Housekeeping, Culinary, Project Heads and Revenue were present. Various team building activities were conducted by the trainer Mr. Neil Vaz along with our HR & Admin manager Mr Nasir Ali and these departmental heads came together in sync to learn, understand and enjoy with each other.
On the first day, focus was on developing skills like positive attitude, gratitude, motivation, self-development, SWOT analysis, perseverance,etc were undertaken. Team was also enriched with the qualities of a good leader. Various puzzles and quizzes were asked to solve in order to lighten the mood of the session to boost morale.
In the words of Michael Jordan, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships”. Rightly pointed out that team building is the most crucial aspect to function smoothly and so was the crux of all the activities on the second day of training. In the end, it was the most fulfilling learning experience for all. Innumerable action plans were allotted by the trainer to be completed on a daily basis so that the techniques learnt in the session remained ingrained in all of us.