Essential Key to Success for Hospitality Academicians in India
The Requisite Focus on Morality and Veracity
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There is a critical role of teaching in advancing Hospitality and Tourism Education all over the world, and a lack of honest and integrated teachers, facilitators, and professors may lead to low-skilled workers, who in turn may become liabilities to society in later stage and slow the growth of the industry. Veracity and morality need to be inculcated in Children for being value-oriented people. People having high ethics and values become responsible citizens to serve the nation. It becomes the academicians' responsibility to inculcate morality, veracity, authenticity, social responsibility, and courage to stand up for what they believe in by leading by example. Academicians must design their delivery and evaluation system in such a way so that students adhere to all quality norms. Warren Buffet advised three qualities to be a successful employee: Veracity, intelligence, and energy, and he advocates that if the employee does not have veracity, he will kill the other two. Marilyn Price –Mitchell (2015) advocates that all academicians must practice the infusion of veracity in classroom culture, and all students must be inculcated with five fundamental values: responsibility, respect, fairness, trustworthiness, and morality from the entry-level school education system.
Keywords:Hospitality, Morality, Teaching, Tourism, Value, Veracity
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