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  • Post-Conference To-Do List

    Posted September 1, 2014 in Member Blog

    I just returned from CHART’s 88th Hospitality Training Conference in Atlanta, and my initial post-conference to-do list is overflowing with exciting new items.  Here are a few: Meet with our company president to discuss theconcept of training with guidelines instead of manuals, as suggested by Jessie Bray during his incredible breakout session. Review the fascinating results of the 2014 Hospitality Training Trends survey with our HR team members,  as well as show them modules...... Read More


  • CHART Talks: "Brief Blasts of Brilliance" #10 - Life Well Today

    Posted September 1, 2014 in Member Blog

    Everyone has a challenge.  It's a matter of choice on how you will approach.   My suggestion is to take what you have, keep moving and pedal on.  In the video, I share how my diagnosis with Parkinson's Disease has been both a blessing and a calling.  View Now... Read More


  • New CHART Board for 2014-2015

    Posted August 27, 2014 in News

    CHART Announces New Executive Board for 2014-2015 Westfield, NJ (August 27,2014) – The Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers (CHART, www.chart.org) announced the election of its new Executive Board at its’ 88th semi-annual Hospitality Training Conference, held July 26-29, 2014 in Atlanta, GA. The new Executive Board will be headed up by Patrick Yearout.  Patrick has been working in the hospitality industry since 1992 and is currently Director of Training for Ivar’s...... Read More


  • Top Hospitality Leaders Promote Training during Presidents Panel

    Posted July 29, 2014 in News

      TOP LEADERS IN HOSPITALITY URGE TRAINERS TO CONTINUE RAISING THE BAR OF HOSPITALITY BUSINESS Veteran CEOs & Presidents Address Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers 88th Hospitality Training Conference   ATLANTA, GA  -  Creating a culture of learning is as important as the training itself--that was the key message delivered by three of the top leaders in the restaurant and lodging industries as they addressed a standing room-only crowd at the Presidents Panel of...... Read More


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