The program, consisting of seven classes and called the Post-Crisis Hospitality Management Certificate program, will be held online and comes with a certificate upon completion. The classes are set to run Nov. 2 through Dec. 18. Visit the M3 Center to register and learn more.
The program will explore such topics as marketing, human resources management, technology management, hospitality law and contracts, financial management and hospitality operations in an effort to answer such questions as:
- How can I restore demand and drive revenue?
- How can I develop new “off-the-beaten-path” opportunities?
- Technology in hospitality: Can it become a savior?
- Legal challenges: What to look for?
- How to deal with remote workers, low employee morale and digital exhaustion?
- How to optimize operations to be prepared for similar crises in the future?
The sessions are intended for anyone working in the hospitality industry, including hospitality professionals who lost their jobs and are looking to add new skills, mid- and senior-level professionals who want to prepare for a successful “reopening” of the economy, team leaders who want to become more effective, junior employees who want to position themselves as leaders, and entrepreneurs and small business owners who want a fresh perspective toward managing their businesses.