During the second week of studying “Working effectively with others”, life in Vancouver is not slow any more. We learned how to encourage our team this week. We also learned about how rumours spread and we discussed how to solve problems caused by cultural differences.
What follows is the continuation of Sung Ho’s blog about his experience in the Customer Service Diploma program at Greystone College. To find out more about his blog and his experience here, check out his previous posts.
Hotel Manager Obviously, as the name implies, a diploma in hospitality management can get you a position as a hotel manager. Of course, this is kind of the top of the food chain so you probably won’t waltz into this position immediately. You’ll need to put in a few years of hard work in other…
Andrew Woods has an impressive background. As a corporate trainer, he has provided workshops and speeches for companies from Starbucks to Guinness, from IBM to Ford. He is in demand throughout the world. So how does he give consistently useful and relevant advice when his audiences are so varied? It’s simple: he focuses on soft skills.
We recently had the pleasure of welcoming Sung Ho Kim ‘Max’ into the Customer Service Co-op program at Greystone. This is the 4th part of the series.
Welcome back to the third installment of Sung Ho’s blog, in which he explains what it is like it be a student in our Customer Service Co-op Diploma Program.
Would you like to have a job with great pay, lots of room for advancement and with positions available all over the world? A career in hotel management offers you all of this.
We recently had the pleasure of welcoming Sung Ho Kim ‘Max’ into the Customer Service Co-op program at Greystone. He wrote a journal about his experiences and we’d like to share it with you. If you’re curious about the program this is a great first hand account of what it’s like to be a student in the program.
One of the reasons students love our co-op programs is that they get you Canadian work experience. Canadian work experience is attractive to future employers because it proves you can actually do the job, you can communicate in English and you are comfortable working with people from all over the world.
A co-op work experience gives you opportunities to put into practice the theory you have learned.