of CHIC Hospitality Consulting
is a practical,
down-to-earth, "no nonsense", results-oriented professional
who specializes in discovering the real issues affecting organizational
performance and helps solve them with time and cost efficiency.
Coming from a service
industry background, augmented with substantial experience in training,
instructional design and adult instruction, she has the ability
to "connect" with people, winning their motivation to
learn and to achieve success. Her consulting and training
activities are results driven, teaching others how to motivate themselves,
focus on organizational goals and marketing objectives through team
work and the sharing of objectives.
Claire is a certified
adult instructor, training specialist and coach. Her favourite
role is that of "problem-solver". She believes in
the innate intelligence of human beings who, with the right guidance
and training, can achieve dynamic success for their organizations
She allied herself
with other Consultants, specializing in different fields, in order
to better serve client needs. She helps managers design and
implement winning strategies to create a learning and productive
environment in the work place.
She offers online
training, coaching and consulting, publishes articles which proved
to be of practical value to business owners and professionals world-wide.
Her internet activities, articles and newsletter, Easytraining
Insights, are leading her towards more serious publications. She
is now busy writing a practical handbook on employee motivation
for supervisors, human resources managers and training managers.
Her online articles have been recommended and linked on many
university, training, human resources and management web sites.
Following her tremendous success with online advice
given on forums and distance consulting, she decided to publish
a column on people management for newspapers and trade publications
(date and source to be announced soon).
Kindly note that
recent identity theft on the internet caused us to change some of
the wording here:
During her fifteen
years with three of the major luxury hotels of Hilton International,
Claire covered most divisions and operational areas in an administrative
and management capacity, including four award-winning years as Training
& Development Manager in a prime Hilton hotel. She acquired
in-depth knowledge of hotel management through her active involvement
in the opening of two major Hilton properties. She was deeply
involved with the formulation of policies, procedures, and operational
manuals, following which she chartered for herself "on-field"
training and a "cross training" program which saw her
move divisions and even countries. She developed a training
system for five-star Hotels, and achieved local and international
fame for one of these Hiltons in her training capacity, attracting
to it the best last-term Hospitality Management students from foremost
universities and hotel schools.
- Hilton International's
Award of Merit for Training & Development
- First Prize
for Safety Training in the Service Industry
Her Customer Service
Viewpoints forum, unique in nature, has won recognition and has
been written about in trade magazines. List yourself to be
advised of its new location at http://www.easytraining.com/csforumlisting.htm
Read excerpts from
the Easytraining Insights Newsletter at http://www.easytraining.com/insights.htm
highlights from Easytraining News at
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free monthly Easytraining News at http://www.easytraining.com/easynews.htm
List yourself (http://www.easytraining.com/motivationbooklist.htm) for our forthcoming book on
French, and conversational knowledge of some others
Claire Belilos can
be reached through http://www.easytraining.com/contact.htm
Tel: (604) 685-8449
/ 687-8442 Pacific Standard Time
Home Page: www.easytraining.com
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