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Hospitality Definition

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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpSP6yESBNw
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fO6DkOGDJ7g&feature=related

    the original lecture
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  • Hi Famiera,

    I'm pleased that the material is useful, please let me know if you want any of the orioginal articles, I can e-mail them to you.

    Nigel
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  • The information are useful for my assignments. I'm glad that i know who the real author is. Thanks Prof. Hemmington!
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  • Here is the link to the original presentation (Hemmington 2008) which includes all the sources and references !

    http://www.onecaribbean.org/resources/publications/thinktank2008.aspx
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  • Dear Nayeem Khan, I am intrigued by this presentation because you have used my material and have not credited to me, and you have used quotes from other authors that you do not credit or reference. This material is work that I have presented at conferences around the world over the last 5 years and you will find that people will recognise it as mine. It has also been published in international journals. I assume that you obtained the material form the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) website. You discuss the concepts of Flow and Co-creation without identifying the original authors. Perhaps you can explain this ?
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Hospitality Definition

  1. 1. Hospitality From Service to Experience; understanding the role of people in the tourism business Nayeem Khan
  2. 2. Themes Hospitable Experiences  Psychology of Flow  Co-Creation 
  3. 3. Hospitality • focus on industrial activity
  4. 4. • focus on food, drink and accommodation
  5. 5. • focus on service • service industry ?
  6. 6. Definitions of Hospitality “A contemporaneous human exchange, which is voluntarily entered into, and designed to enhance the mutual well being of the parties concerned through the provision of accommodation, and/or food, and/or drink”
  7. 7. We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams
  8. 8.  “Customers do not buy service delivery, they buy experiences; they do not buy service quality, they buy memories; they do not buy food and drink, they buy meal experiences; they do not buy events or functions, they buy occasions”
  9. 9. Today’s consumers are looking for experiences; experiences that are personal, memorable and add value to their lives
  10. 10. “friendly and generous reception of guests or strangers” “entertaining strangers and guests kindly and without reward: showing kindness: generous: bountiful” “Generosity in this circumstance is proof of greatness”
  11. 11. “Hospitality requires the guest to feel that the host is being hospitable through feelings of generosity, a desire to please and a genuine regard for the guest as an individual”
  12. 12. “It is concerned with more than food, drink and shelter. Traditionally the most important responsibility of all was the guest’s safety - hospitality was a kind of sanctuary”
  13. 13. But is Hospitality something more ?  Hospitality in the private & social domains • Hospitality as behavior – hospitableness • Host-guest relationship • Hospitality as performance • Hospitality as experience
  14. 14. “A Movable Feast”
  15. 15. Hospitable Tourism Experiences
  16. 16. Creating Hospitable Tourism Experiences Services Hospitable Tourism Customers Guests Manager Host Staff Cast/Hosts Manufacturing Theatre Service Delivery Staging Customer Service Performance Management Control Leadership Inspiration Parsimony Generosity
  17. 17. Creating Hospitable Tourism Experiences Services Hospitable Tourism Delivered on demand Lots of little surprises Facts/information Stories/dreams Benefits Emotions/sensations Customer led Host led Intangible Memorable Security of goods and Security of strangers processes
  18. 18. Flow Experiences • Happiness • process of total involvement in life” • optimal experience” • the best moments of our lives” • the state in which people are so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter: the experience itself is so enjoyable that people will do it even at great cost for the sheer sake of doing it” • Involves stretch/difficult/worthwhile • Autotelic experiences – intrinsic pleasures
  19. 19. Where Exercise, Reading, Comedy/laughter, Work ? Art, Sport, Games, Hobbies, is it achieved ?
  20. 20. Key Components of Flow 1. Challenge & Skills 2. Concentration and absorption 3. Clear goals & rules 4. Immediate feedback 5. Deep involvement – escape 6. Sense of control 7. Loss of self-consciousness – “go with the flow” 8. Transformation of time – “time flies”
  21. 21. Co-Creation • Friends • Staff – cast • Management – hosts • Segmentation • Experience Spaces
  22. 22. We are the music makers
  23. 23. A New Conceptual Model ? Flow Experiences Hospitality Challenge Deep involvement Host Guest Concentration Control Generosity Security Clear Goals Loss self-consciousness Lots of little surprises Host led Feedback Transformation time Theatre Performance Hospitable Tourism Experiences Co-creation Friends Performers Cast Hosts Antagonists Segmentation Social Intercourse Experience Spaces
  24. 24. and we are the dreamers of dreams
  25. 25. Yet we are the movers and shakers of the world forever, it seems
  26. 26. A new approach to HR in Tourism • Staff as cast, as performers • Create challenging aspirational jobs • Create “Flow” working experiences • Recruit outgoing, enthusiastic people (emotional labour) • Leadership is critical – inspiration NOT control • Avoid scripts, use screen play and scenarios • Empower – lots of little surprises • Promote industry as challenging, creative and inspired

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