Researcher profile for Helen Geytenbeek
Helen has a Hotel Management and Contract Catering background and has been with Otago Polytechnic for approximately twelve years. Her main role is in training students to recognise the needs of customers in any sector of the Hospitality/Tourism/Business Industry. Her passion is to enthuse other in gaining a sense of adventure for the travel and tourism industry but also a sense of personal excellence in the business industry as a whole. Her drive is to assist in producing graduates that can influence and help to make positive changes for the future of the industry.
See a list of articles published in issues of: Scope: Contemporary Research Topics by this researcher.
Geytenbeek, H., Gill, L., Byars, R., Clarke-Fuller, M. (2021) Exploring interventions that reduce learner aversion to working in teams. Scope: Contemporary Research Topics (Learning and Teaching) 10, issn: 1179-9528, doi: 10.34074/scop.4010018
Rachel Byars, Melissa Clarke-Fuller, Helen Geytenbeek, Lesley Gill