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Well House Manor appoints a General Manager

I'm delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Ellis to a new role as General Manager of our Well House Manor hotel ([Link]).

Chris Ellis, Well House Manor, General ManagerChris joins us from Ladbrokes where he has worked for a number of years in customer-facing roles -- joining them as a rookie clerk, then rapidly rising to senior shop manager. His job there involved all the day-to-day responsibilities of running such an establishment, by looking after his customers, making the best use of his staff and keeping them working as a happy team. He not only managed the shops, but he rolled up his own sleeves to work side-by-side with his staff. Chris's role also included responsibility for the IT systems in store, and he was very much involved in the marketing by building up of the business in his locale, and recognised with an award for his efforts.

As General Manager of the hotel, Chris will look after the administration and operations of the hotel. We're a small business with only a limited number of staff sharing a lot of roles, and Chris will also be taking on work in a wide variety of other areas mainly (but not exclusively) associated with the hotel. The rapid growth of the hotel's trade since we opened for general bookings earlier this year, and the ongoing strength of our training business, has stetched the resources we have had available. I will personally be able to dedicate more time now to the training business, ensuring that both our courses and accommodation remain so good that they continue to sell themselves by word of mouth, with our customers being our ambassadors.


I'm sure you'll join me in wishing Chris a long and happy time with Well House Consultants.
(written 2007-08-28, updated 2007-08-29)

 
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