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Tanoa Hotel Group To Showcase Talent

The Tanoa Hotel Group will be hosting its rebranded Hospitality Championship today. Themed ‘Growing our People, the Tanoa Way’, this is a prominent annual Tanoa Hotel Group event and is
13 May 2015 11:17
Tanoa Hotel Group To Showcase Talent

The Tanoa Hotel Group will be hosting its rebranded Hospitality Championship today.

Themed ‘Growing our People, the Tanoa Way’, this is a prominent annual Tanoa Hotel Group event and is dedicated to the staff of the Tanoa Hotel Group.

The event is a brainchild of Kalpana Reddy, a director of Reddy Group – the parent company of Tanoa Hotels.

The hospitality championship is an event designed around its people (staff) and for the people – in recognising their talents, skills and contributions to the organisation and tourism as a whole.

The Tanoa Hotel Group is one of the predominant employers in tourism locally, and the largest local chain of hotels.

Via the championship, the hotel group intends to reinforce the value of it and its staff’s contribution to the industry as a whole and their very important role in promoting a sustainable tourism sector for the future.

Group Training and Development Manager, Reddy Group, Alamgeer Shah, said: “The event is an exhibition of the Tanoa Group’s investment into the training and development of its people.

“Tanoa Hotel Group is passionate about our people and places strong emphasis on training and development and the Tanoa Tusitala Hotel in Samoa is no exception.

“The championship is designed as such that whilst it will test the skills and competencies of staff, at the same time it allows them to display their skills, talent and flair.

“Simply put, this is an illustrious exhibition of Tanoa Talent at its best.”

On the day, the staff will compete against their friends and colleagues of the sister Tanoa properties in what they do every day as part of their work.

At the same time, they will come together as a team to celebrate success.

Competition

Ms Reddy stressed a little competition internally was not a bad thing adding fun and games apart, this event was a win-win.

She said it provides the opportunity to test departmental champions, get them to brush their skills and refresh their knowledge.

But, she said it also provides the time and opportunity to train and develop the newer employees hence a win-win situation for all.

“It provides you the opportunity to showcase your skills, to recognize competition, to understand standards and expectations but most importantly it allows you to evaluate yourselves,” Ms Reddy said.

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