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The Psychology of Hospitality: Creating Welcoming & Inclusive Environments

January 15, 2019
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
LIMRA
300 Day Hill Road
Windsor, CT
USA
Organizer
Connecticut River Valley Chapter


Although we interact with hospitality as a business, it is immensely valuable to understand its psychological, sociological, and even mythological dimensions. In this interactive workshop, Dr. Stacey Zackin will share insights from her dissertation, The Psychology of Hospitality: Creating Welcoming & Inclusive Environments.


We Will Explore:

 The reciprocity of the guest-host relationship

 The distinction between the act of doing hospitality and the art of being hospitable

 The psychological challenges of making others feel welcomed, included, appreciated, engaged, and empowered

 The gift of welcoming the unwanted visitor



5:30-6:00PM                                     Registration

6:00 PM                                               Education Session Begins

6:00-7:30 PM                                    Dinner & Education Session




Meet Our Speaker:

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Dr. Stacey Zackin

Dr. Zackin is the Manager of WORK_SPACE, a municipally owned and operated collaborative coworking and meeting space in Manchester, CT. She has served 3+ years as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business at the University of Connecticut, 4+ years as the host of THE WORK & PLAYLIST -  music and interview show on WESU Radio, and has 15+ years of experience as Life & Executive Coach through her consulting and speaking practice, theCoach4you.


Learning Objectives: 
1. Discuss the psychological elements of creating welcoming and inclusive environments

2. Demonstrate the connection between historical, mythological, and theological hospitality and the contemporary practicalities of customer service

3. Articulate how their own personal inclinations, talents, and strengths aid in their professional work in the hospitality industry

4. Incorporate three attitudes or action steps that will enhance a culture of hospitality in their work environment

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MPI is a EIC Preferred Program Provider

This session has been approved for:
Clock Hours: 1.5 CE 


Why Planners Should Attend:

Hospitality is at the core of every meeting/event/conference planned. Making all participants feel welcome is a skill that can be polished and practiced. Come and learn the “why” and “how” behind being hospitable.

Why Suppliers Should Attend: 

Suppliers - Do you want to learn the “why’s” and “how’s” on a Planner making a decision or see how to better showcase your proposal and venue during the RFP process? Do you want to help build a collaborative sourcing relationship with your clients so that Planners trust you as the “expert” and there’s increased possibilities for repeat business? Join us at this program so you can sit side by side with Planners and see why relationships matter and the science behind them!

Pricing:
Member:                                   $40
Non-Member:                          $60
Past President:                         $25
Student:                                     $25 

Venue Details

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