Posts by Eddy Brosse

3 Ways My Glion MBA Transformed My Working Life (Part 2)

This is Part 2. Here is Part 1.  Global networking The online platform enabled plenty of networking opportunities as we were connecting with each other from across the world, which brought a lot of new perspectives. Discussions thrived on this and it was a great way to gain knowledge and experience from various cultures around the world. I now feel very fortunate to have more friends across the globe, both former

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3 Ways My Glion MBA Transformed My Working Life

Glion alumnus Eddy Brosse gives us insight into the three main ways his hospitality management career has prospered, through his Master of Business Administration in International Hospitality & Service Industries Management degree program. He even accomplished one of these career milestones before graduating with his MBA qualification! Eddy graduated from Glion in 2013 with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in International Hospitality & Service Industries Management; Specialization Track: Asset Management &

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HR Series II – Time to Be You

Show Time! In my previous post, I left you with the task of scrutinizing your CV. Did it stand the reality check? Have you asked someone totally neutral and ignorant about your curriculum to assess it? Hopefully you did, since it would not be fair to you, or the interviewer to find out during the interview that there is a gap between what you are trying to portray and what you

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HR Series I – The ‘Workscape’ has Extended

I was planning to embark on a short series of posts, on this platform, all about Human Resources. And then, we started a new recruitment campaign at the hotel. For those who are regular readers of our webzine, you might be familiar with my rants on the lack of inspired candidates and other funny encounters. Well, guess what? I have more for you in store! This time, let’s look at

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Hotels and the ‘Theatre’, What Kind of Show is Yours?

I was recently holding an interview for a Front Office role and found myself in an interesting discussion with one applicant in particular. We were going over the basics of our industry since, being a student, he had very limited experience. As we were talking, the concept of being on stage came up as the best way to illustrate front line roles. Have you ever heard the typical analogy between

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