Thanks for your reply Leslie. Mine was a mentor too...drove me to do my best. I didn't know I was capable of more until they helped me evaluate my own work.
I always think of how I can make the next project better than the last time and I have them to thank for it. They were never afraid to pass on the credit to me in front of their bosses. That meant a lot too!
Hmmm, this reminds me of another reason why I liked John. I could challenge his policies and if I presented a strong enough case, he'd change the policy. He taught me to think objectively and to pick my debates wisely.
My best boss had terrific leadershiip qualities: hardworking, creative, and thoughful. He loved to teach those who worked for (with) him and gave ample opportunities to grow and make our own mistakes without recrimination. It saddened me when he left the company to pursue other goals, but I feel enriched having spent time in his organization.
Every day, millions of potential customers search for restaurants on hundreds of different online sites. At least one of these sites displays the wrong restaurant name, phone number, or address for 68% of established restaurants.
If your information is incorrect or missing, potential customers will be unable to find your restaurant and will move on to a competitor. And that’s not good for business.
Do you know how your restaurant appears online? Make sure potential customers can find you easily. In less time than it took you to read this, you can discover where you are losing out on customers. Click here now to get a free report detailing where your restaurant’s information is incorrect or missing across the internet.