CHART Announces New Hospitality Training Magazine
CHART announced that it will be publishing Hospitality Training Magazine, a new, online resource (www.HospitalityTrainingMagazine.com) designed to assist hospitality trainers and their crucial role in developing people and improving performance in the hospitality industry.
WESTFIELD, NJ, July 11, 2019 – The Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers (CHART) announced today that it will be publishing Hospitality Training Magazine, a new, online resource (www.HospitalityTrainingMagazine.com) designed to assist hospitality trainers and their crucial role in developing people and improving performance in the hospitality industry.
“In an engaging, interactive format that will come out quarterly, the new CHART Hospitality Training Magazine will showcase real voices and personal stories to help hospitality trainers stay connected and informed about what’s happening in the world of hospitality training,” said Gabe Hosler, CHART President and Vice President of Operations Support and Training for Del Taco. “The magazine will showcase practical, performance-boosting tips from hospitality trainers, training trends to watch, innovations in training technologies, fresh perspectives on current training challenges, and much more.”
CHART’s current Senior Director of Marketing, Lisa Marovec, will serve as the Editorial Director, and will be responsible for all style and content direction, including working with authors. CHART, in its non-profit association role, will publish the online magazine quarterly and is establishing an Editorial Committee to oversee and work with Ms. Marovec on editorial content.
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CHART (chart.org), a non-profit professional association founded in 1970, is the leading resource for the development and advancement of hospitality training professionals and their organizations. With more than 500 members from over 300 multi-unit restaurant and hotel companies, CHART represents a workforce of almost three million. CHART’s mission is to develop hospitality training professionals to improve performance through access to networks, education, and resources.