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Seizing Opportunities With Millennials,
Hospitality & Tourism
Temple University's School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management
Millennials are quickly accounting for a significant portion of the workforce, and understanding them will become increasingly important over the next decade, both in terms of employment and marketing your company to the societal shift their lifestyles present. You’ll also learn about the impact their increased professional presence will have across the globe, how to harness their social media savviness, branding the hospitality industry accordingly, and the Millennial thought process itself. This session will leave you with a strategic outreach plan and a better understanding of how this generation is changing not only the workplace but also overall expectations.
Safeguarding Your Company From Sexual Harassment
Current events and the enduring power of the #MeToo movement have brought the difficult topic of sexual harassment to the forefront, and our HR and legal experts—Brooke Keil of Emerson Hospital and Ann Plunkett of Workplace Partners, respectively—will make sure you leave this session understanding why it’s such an important topic. With trade shows, home offices, driving teams, and meetings being among the developments blurring the lines between what does and doesn’t constitute the workplace, these are rough seas to navigate your business through. This session will also help you and your staff protect yourselves from making any accidentally offensive remarks or moves, brush up on behavior befitting professional environments, identify the difference between harassment and abuse, and prepare for day-to-day interactions that respect social boundaries both in the work space and outside the office. Even those who feel they’ve been spared major problems so far would benefit from this primer on how to deal with claims of abuse and harassment, how to keep avoiding them, and respectful procedures for dealing with victims.
Are You Making Money?
The LMC Group
In this session moderated by Broadway Elite Worldwide’s Jason Sharenow, industry veteran President/CEO of Commonwealth Worldwide Dawson Rutter and The LMC Group’s Director of Finance Jessica Boulerice will use their expertise to help you take a closer, critical look at the financial health of your company while exploring ways to bolster your profit. We’ll help you keep your bottom line and profit margin in check by focusing on the full range of areas to keep tabs on. Take a look at a sample P&L sheet to get a handle on how to break it down, examine your variable and fixed costs, learn how important it is to know your gross profit margin to the percentage point, identify the most crucial KPIs you should be tracking monthly, scrutinize market forces, find out the real cost of carrying A/R debt and more with this session that aims to give you all the tools you need to analyze not only your company’s money-making realities but also its potential.
President and CEO
Dawson Rutter is president and CEO of Commonwealth Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation. He began his career 35 years ago, when as a young man he bought a single limousine with a clear business vision: to provide a level of personalized service that would keep customers coming back. With wholly owned fleets in New York and Boston, Commonwealth is still a family-owned business. He has been recognized as Best of Boston and Operator of the Year by the TLPA.