“I try to be accessible and above all, be transparent and able to speak with my teams. Defining a clear vision and goals helps motivate most people.
Valuing each and every person I manage by giving him or her a front seat when dealing with clients is beneficial for everyone: my team member feels like he or she is appreciated, takes more initiatives and our guests have a less “robotic” impression. Their gestures are more certain, their exchanges more natural and everyone has a better time.
My work philosophy is steered by the values to which I’m attached and I expect the same thing from my team members:
7:30: he heads off to breakfast to check the tables and then tours the hotel to greet staff members
From 8:30 to 11:00: while keeping an eye on the breakfast service,
From 11:00 to 3:00: lunch service
From 3:00 to 6:00: meeting with departmental heads and administrative reports
From 6:00 to 9:00: tour of the bar and restaurants in the hotel to chat with clients
Beginning at 9:00: evening service
Vatel students have had the opportunity to meet up with Madam Béatrice PIRON – head of the Friendship Parliament Group France – Bahrain and Madam Martine WONNER both M.P. of the French National Assembly.Read more
Joudy, Mahdi, Waleed and Yusuf, 1st year students in Vatel have been integrated in the UNWTO organization team during an intense week.
Vatel internship & Corporate Relations Manager has organized a presentation for Vatel students with Les Clefs d’Or executive board in Bahrain on November 11th, 2018.Read more
Vatel students participate at the Opening Ceremony of the 109th session UNWTO Executive Council in BahrainRead more
Vatel in Bahrain aims to encourage nationals to follow a career path in international hotel management, giving them the necessary tools to achieve success and become a manager in the international hotel and tourism industry.
After the first week of theoretical courses , VATEL students in Bahrain started their practical application week in housekeeping and F&BRead more