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Fenich et al (2015) suggests incentive travel is to reward individual or group performance using non-cash motivation in the form of free trips. Motivating staff is important to a company as it can lead to an improvement in performance. Fenich et al (2015) carried out a study and found results revealed the most successful incentive travel programs… Continue reading Incentive Travel
We’re now coming to the end of the first year studying events management. I have really enjoyed learning about the industry and all the experiences we’ve had so far. To finish the year, we have to complete seven assignments and I am worried I will not finish them all in time for the deadlines. If… Continue reading The end is near
On Thursday 11th February we began making our model boxes for our assignment. The model box will be based on the box room we used at the Whitehouse Hotel for the Christmas Grotto we designed. Before we started on our model box we were each individually given templates which created different types of boxes, this… Continue reading Model Box Project
According to (McLeod, 2007) Maslow set out to study what motivates people. Physiological: These are a person’s basic needs. This includes “air, food, drink, shelter, warmth, sex and sleep” (McLeod, 2007) Safety: “Examples of security needs include a desire for steady employment, health care, safe neighborhoods, and shelter from the environment.” (Cherry, 2016) Love/Belonging: (Cherry, 2016) states that relationships including… Continue reading Maslow Hierarchy
This post will be discussing the outstanding popularity in Youtube and it’s effect on social media. “35 mind numbing Youtube facts, figures & statistics” by Jeff Bullas 70% of Youtube traffic comes from outside the US Youtube is localised in 39 countries across 54 languages In 2011 there were almost 140 views for every person… Continue reading 35 mind numbing Youtube facts, figures & statistics
According to (Skillsyouneed.com, 2016) there are 10 principles of listening. Stop talking– You will not get all the information if you interrupt them, save questions for the end. “When the other person has finished talking you may need to clarify to ensure you have received their message accurately.”(Skillsyouneed.com, 2016) Prepare yourself to listen- This means clearing… Continue reading Listening