Millennium launches talent development programme for national colleagues in GCC countries

It was established to meet the rapidly expanding needs of the Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA brand across the region

Training, Millennium hotels & resorts, Gcc, Nationalisation

Millennium Hotels and Resorts, Middle East and Africa (MEA) has launched ‘TooMooH’ – a talent development programme.

It was established to meet the rapidly expanding needs of the Millennium Hotels and Resorts MEA brand across the region. ‘TooMooH’ will integrate nationals in the private sector and offer increased opportunities in the hospitality industry.

The release stated that "this programme will bring to life all the career goals of the company's GCC national colleagues that have ambition and a ‘can-do’ attitude with an emphasis on enhancing their development and skill set." 

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On track to have 100 hotels across the Middle East by 2020, the programme reflects Millennium Hotels and Resorts (MEA), vision to have an active role in the advancement of GCC National involvement in the region’s burgeoning travel industry.

‘TooMooH’ is a comprehensive, four tier, national development programme focusing on the advancement of fresh graduates, executives and leaders. Millennium Hotels and Resorts (MEA) will be initiating the first tier of the programme with the launch of the ‘TooMooH’ Executive Development Programme (TEDP), designed for selected colleagues that have potential to assume managerial positions upon successful completion of the programme.

TEDP is an eighteen month talent development programme, where each candidate will have a personal coach and a mentor who will help the candidates to refine their job knowledge and prepare them mentally and emotionally to lead the department.

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