Executive Management Training at the Chaophya Park Hotel, Bangkok

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Thursday, 18 October 2007

Executives of the Chaophya Park Hotel, Bangkok are undertaking an executive training program called Make it Happen!

Developed exclusively for the Chaophya Park Hotel by the Tourism Research & Consulting Unit, of the Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise Centre, Thailand. The thirteen one-hour sessions will concentrate on executive management techniques.

The hotel's General Manager, Mr. Andrew Wood said, The team will learn how to transform executive experience into expertise. A key aspect of the training will focus on developing techniques to enable our executives to effectively lead, manage and to coach their teams.

The training objectives are accomplished through dynamic and interactive training, with regular on-site training that is non-intrusive to the hotel operation. The training will culminate in a weekend review seminar at an upcountry location, which is away from the work place, in order to focus on future management plans and goals. The training is already motivating our executives to satisfy and exceed both customer and company needs, Mr. Wood added.

The three professional trainers conducting the training program are Dr. Apichart Intravisit, Assistant Professor Jutamas (Jantarat) Wisansing (PhD), Director Graduate School of Business, Tourism Management, Assumption University of Thailand and Luis Danai Kristhanin PhD.

The Chaophya Park Hotel is a 402 bedroom hotel on Rachadapisek Road, around 15 minutes from Sukhumvit Road with the MRTA subway (linking to the skytrain) just a few minutes walk from the hotel's entrance.

The hotel boasts a full length golf driving range with 45 tee off positions; a massage centre; Bali Spa and fully fitted fitness centre and outdoor pool. The hotel was also one of the first in Thailand to offer complimentary WiFi and internet access in guest rooms and all public areas.

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