web analytics

News & Events

Stay up-to-date with Gecko Hospitality.

The Manager’s Toolkit: Proving Your Qualifications with Confidence

Before submitting job applications, take the time to assess where you are in your career development curve. This will help you determine which jobs are a good fit and which ones may damage your career.

On The Job Manager Training

If you want an employer to pay you to learn on the job, you need to bring something valuable to the table. Consider the skills that hospitality companies need and how you can contribute to making them money.

Show Don’t Tell – Organization Skills

Being organized is one thing, but being able to organize on multiple levels takes experience and knowledge. Prioritize learning organizational skills before applying for management positions to make day-to-day tasks easier.

Teamwork is a Management Technique, Not a Catch Phrase

Being “good with people” is not enough to be an effective manager. It’s important to show and explain practical methods for managing and motivating staff. Take courses in organizational behavior, communication styles, learning styles, personality types, and other relevant topics to develop your team-building skills. 


While formal education is not always necessary in the hospitality industry, it’s important to invest in courses and certifications to improve your management skills. The more you understand about managing in the hospitality industry, the faster you will learn and succeed in your role.

What Have You Invested In Your Career?

Investing time and money into your career shows dedication and passion. Take advantage of low-cost online courses to improve your skills and demonstrate your commitment to your career.

Report Writing

Writing financial, organizational, and marketing reports is a great way to prove your worth as a manager. Create templates of your reports to showcase in your portfolio when looking for new opportunities.

Management is an Attitude

Being a professional manager requires the ability to control emotions, collaborate with people you may not like, and handle stress effectively. Highlight your ability to handle these challenges on your resume and in interviews.

Can management trust you to get the job done? Being a restaurant management candidate means being prepared for unexpected challenges and being able to find solutions quickly.

By following these tips and investing in your skills and education, you can increase your chances of landing a management job in the hospitality industry.


Sign up for the latest News and Insights

[hml-signup button_text="Sign Up" button_class="btn btn-primary e-buttontext" form_class="elementor-hmg-haleymailsignup text alignment-full dirvertical fieldheadingyes"]