VSG Back-to-Work Webinar Series: Analyze Your Staff for Back-to-Work Success

Reopening after COVID doesn’t mean you simply go back to the same way you did things before. Listen to industry leaders discuss firsthand how they have used this time efficiently to make changes to systems, process, roles, and responsibilities. The result has positioned them for greatness in the Post-COVID reopening world.

VSG Back-to-Work Webinar Series: Effectively Using Rewards & Recognition

“Catch people doing things right!” … and get the results you want:

Nothing can impact a positive Guest Experience more than an inspired and engaged workforce. How can we catch people doing things right and reinforce positive behaviors to achieve results?

Learn 10 best practices from two of our industry’s top Guest Experience Leaders.

VSG Back-to-Work Webinar Series: Healthy Air Means Confidence

Many of us are thinking about healthier air for the first time since the pandemic. Taking proactive steps for safer air flow should be a part of a good back-to-work strategy. This will help build confidence among key stakeholders and enhance the venue experience by putting safety first.

VSG Back-to-Work Webinar Series: Evaluation, Feedback, & Surveys

Receiving and giving effective feedback to employees and organizations is the secret sauce for greatness. Our panelists and VSG leadership development specialists will share tools and techniques that free your team members to know and speak the truth.

There has never been a better time to retool your evaluations systems to create organizational success!

VSG Back-to-Work Webinar Series: Lessons Learned from 20/21 NFL Season

What did AT&T Stadium do to ensure the safety of their full time and event staff during the NFL season with the pandemic raging? Understand the elements that will help you justify to your local health department, owner, or league that you are taking appropriate actions.

Paul Turner with AT&T Stadium discusses the planning, partnerships and execution that safely welcomed fans during the 2020 NFL season.

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