Pros: convenient, met all my needs for employment, flexible, and fun place to work.
Cons: limited on advancement
Here is a excellent to have fun with your job, very positive location, and where people with vision and faith can express themselves.
Start with meetings with sales team, GM, and hospitality staff,
Reviewing the Flash Recap, reviewing Hotelligence,
Making assignments and follow-up on emails, bids, and RFP's
Go to appointments or get out – more... to market and call on strategic clients
Once/week review the STR with staff/GM and Revenue Call
Twice/week report sales activity: Past, Present, Forecast for week
Propose business to GM based on displacement and operating costs
Once/month PACE, GRC, Owners Report, and Top 25 client review
Review distribution report through Internet and Reservation Center
Make SWOT and cost analysis proposals to GM for guest experience
I learned that there are low to no cost elements that can enhance a guest experience and increase loyalty and aid the sales department to exceed over competitors.
Management: Hire staff, train the sales staff and front-desk, developed cost analysis tools for decision speed with accuracy, fiscal responsibility to exceed sales budget + but control cost of groups = profitability.
Coworkers could take challenges to me, e.g. department managers, and know that I could best propose it to the GM for results.
The time it took to gain collaboration from front-line staff for profitable and planned guest experience, but when it clicked, it was a sweet spot of the job.
Most enjoyable was exceeding goals – less