Tag: group travel

4 Steps to Overcoming Obstacles

Ask for guidance and support from a mentor, team, classmate, or teacher. You do not have to overcome any obstacle solo. If a key executive leaves your organization at a crucial time, even if the loss is devastating, you should realize you have many resources to help overcome that obstacle, within and outside the organization

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Getting Personal in Today’s Modern Business World

Slowly but surely, we have fallen into the technology trap. We may be getting our communications out fast and furious, but at the high price of failing to actually communicate. Have we sacrificed meaning for speed? Thanks to the wonders of technology, we may be multi-tasking ourselves right out of business.

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Group Travel Guide of San Francisco

San Franciscos abundance of museums, outdoor activities and culturally diverse neighborhoods combined with a yearlong temperate climate make the city the ideal destination for group meetings and large conventions. Its no wonder tourism has become San Franciscos largest revenue generator – the city is not too far from being perfectly well-rounded. San Francisco has previously shown strength in four travel industry sectors: commercial, meeting and group, and leisure. In the early 1980s, many large corporations left San Francisco because high-operating costs threatened profitability.

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What Business Are You Really In?

Undertake a study to identify your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Clearly identify your core skills. (What you do best and do on a daily basis that is of benefit to your customers.) Identify and describe what markets you currently serve, including how you serve each market and your competitive advantages and disadvantages in each market

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  • Riviera River Cruises Rolls Out the Welcome Mat for Groups
    Twenty itineraries offered by Riviera’s fleet of 11 five-star ships spotlight the Rhine, Moselle, Danube, Main, Rhone, Seine, Saone and Douro rivers, plus the Dutch waterways. The floating boutique hotels carry anywhere from 126 to 176 passengers.
  • February Leisure Group Travel
    Leisure Group Travel feels your pain and our February issue explores a multitude of locales that are ready to serve you when you’re ready to hit the road.
  • Group Travel All-Stars
  • Where to Eat in Ridgeland
    From a restaurant headed up by a James Beard semi-finalist to some of the tastiest cornbread and fried catfish this Southern state offers, Ridgeland offers a variety of restaurant experiences sure to please world-traveled palates as well as those looking for culinary comforts closer to home.
  • Culinary Experiences in Philly
    Philadelphia offers food that runs the gamut for groups of all sizes.