Sedona Yangon, one of Yangon’s foremost hotels, organised the Sedona Roadshow at Temasek International College (TIC) earlier this morning. This is part of Sedona Yangon’s focus to attract fresh talents to join its hotel.
Designed to present Sedona’s ever-growing global portfolio with distinctive Myanmar characteristics, the roadshow featured an hour long sharing session by Sedona staff Ms. Nina Magbanua (Director of Human Resources), Ms. Mya Hnin Yee @ Snow (Training Manager), Ms. Phyu Thi Htun @ Hannah (Assistant Training Manager), Htwe Yadanar (Recruitment Officer) and former Sedona intern Ms Ei Phoo Pwint Win Swe (HR Department).
Incidentally, Ms. Ei Phoo Pwint Win Swe is a graduate (Batch 9th) of TIC’s Advanced Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management programme and receiptent of TIC’s Outstanding Leadership Award in TIC Convocation 2017.
Ms. Ei Phoo Pwint Win Swe shared about her journey from a student to that of a hotel professional. She observed the major differences between the classroom and that of real life business contexts. She encouraged her fellow TICians to consider internship with Sedona, as they will benefit tremendously from the experience.
Ms. Nina Magbanua, Director of Human Resources said, “Our roadshow at TIC is one of the HR strategies that Sedona adopts to reach out to prospective fresh talents and help them understand the hotelier life.”
The roadshow is an opportunity for TIC’s Hospitality and Tourism Management students to identify areas for their internship and future career opportunities. TIC students were able to gain better understanding through the Q&A portion.
Sedona Yangon also revealed that they have recently opened in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam and how they are exploring options to open properties, under hotel management or franchise models in other parts of the globe.
During the strategic discussions held after the road show, Sedona Director of Human Resources Ms. Nina Magbanua & TIC General Manager Mr. Amos Rao agreed to work closely together for the advancement of hospitality sector, while supporting the development of human capital for the tourism sectors in Myanmar.