The conjunction of generations. Young and Senior Skål aim to improve the structural management
This March, Italy was the great host of the 3rd Young Skål Symposium. The event, organized by Roberto Necci, the president of Young Skål Rome, was held in the famous Italian capital, at the Savoy Hotel, and reunited more than 70 members from 10 different countries.
From Canada to Kenya, and from United States to the United Kingdom, Young Skållegues from all over the world got together to talk about networking and mentoring.
Let aside the extraordinary experience of visiting Rome and enjoying the Italian cuisine and hospitality, the symposium offered 2 conference days at the end of which we remained with the following ideas:
#1. Networking is essential
Being part of Skål implies being part of a big global family. The physical networking is no longer enough. We have to switch our attention to Facebook, LinkedIn and, most of all, Skål.org. With the help of very active people such as Brian Donnelly, we are starting to make visible progress in our digital activity. Now is the time to give a boost to our online networking. #BeActive
#2. Mentoring is good binder between Young and Senior Skål
Young Skål and Senior Skål work as individual groups, but form only one entity, we agreed that both generations should have the liberty to work on they own projects and intheir own style, but keep in mind to share the same values and nurture the same passion for Tourism.