Webinars On Demand

Learn from previous CHART webinars. Our webinars cover a variety of topics related to the hospitality industry and provide you with building blocks to improve your training skill set. Don’t forget to check out our upcoming webinars, to attend and participate in those live events.

Supporting Your Employees as You Navigate Change

Orvil Ownby - Network & Infrastructure Manager, copper cellar
Bart Fricks - COO, copper cellar
Lana Dalton - Marketing Specialist, Wisetail

October 28, 2020

This year has been nothing less than a seismic event for the hospitality industry, as the pandemic deeply impacted restaurants and lodging businesses across the nation. Now that businesses are reopening and managers are bringing employees back into the fold, one challenge many L&D pros must face is this: How to continue to support your employees as you navigate change.

Join these experts to discuss the tactics this team used to help their employees maintain cohesiveness during times of change.

Recharge Your Resume

Jennifer belk white, sphr,shrm-scp
VP of HR at Premier Parking

August 26, 2020

Are you sending out lots of resumes but getting limited responses? Do you apply for jobs that you would be perfect for, but hear nothing from the recruiter? Your resume may be getting in your way.  In this session we will provide guidance on the key areas you need to focus on to improve your resume, as well as a few tips on what not to do!

Building a Culture of Accountability & Self-Leadership

Gretta Brooks, CEO, SalesBoost

July 28, 2020

California Virtual Regional Training Forum

Now more than ever, we need our team members to be engaged and to take ownership. Gretta Brooks, CEO at SalesBoost will show you how to create a culture of accountability in your organization.

During this webinar, recorded from the July 28 CHART California virtual Regional Training Forum, Gretta discusses the top 5 ways that you and your organization can provide solid, consistent leadership that demonstrates and rewards accountable behaviors.

Mastering EQ

Joleen Goronkin, President & CEO, People & Performance Strategies
Curt Archambault, Vice president, People & Performance Strategies

June 10, 2020

Today's workplace demands emotional intelligence. The more volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous our working environments become, the more critical a truly agile workforce is to success. Each day, we’re called to make progress faster, while pivoting on short notice. To stand firm in our ideas while remaining open to new perspectives. Staying agile demands that we develop and use our emotional intelligence (EQ)—a level of sophistication that has never been demanded before. Learn to thrive in an agile workforce with these key EQ skills.

Learn how to:
     1. Read between the lines and solve complex people problems
     2. Become more agile to increase performance and enhance your leadership style
     3. Be more effective in assessing business situations and other people’s perspectives