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Coaching in Hospitality

If you are a coach; internal or external for the hospitality industry...or a business owner who is heavily involved in coaching your people...please join! Time to share best practices for what is working in the industry!

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Why is the group not more active

Started by Mel Kleiman. Last reply by Mel Kleiman Mar 2, 2009. 2 Replies

Best practices in Coaching

Started by Andy Swingley Mar 14, 2008. 1 Reply

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Comment by Giuseppe De Carlo on June 5, 2011 at 11:20pm
Hi Denise, is there something you would like to see or need to know about teaching. Giuseppe
Comment by Giuseppe De Carlo on May 13, 2011 at 10:53pm

Hi Denise< love to join your group. Giuseppe

I love tochat ab out anything, food. service, travel, wines, interesting people, will chat soon.

Comment by Sybil Presley on June 19, 2010 at 5:32am
Hi from Sybil!
I really enjoy your coaching tips! Speaking of tips..... I am a waitress and
I am campaigning for my Be Kind To Food Servers Month to be nationally recognized through Congress. Congressman Steve Cohen is helping me with the Bill. I am also a stand-up comedienne and I have a healthy coffee business and a Juice-superfoods business. I recruit distributors and customers and I can see how your coaching techniques can help me. Read my blog please! Please be my friend. I am happy I found you on FohBoh!
Comment by Giuseppe De Carlo on June 18, 2010 at 10:21pm
Hi my name is Giuseppe, I have coached 100s of people of all ages,
1 you must enjoy teaching,
2 you must realy know how to teach and make student feel confortable.
3 you must have patience and give them a reason why they should learn well, and make training lessons that they can see results so that they are eager for the next lesson, Giuseppe www. trainig-4-hospitality.com please dont go to my page it is under construction, but I will be pleased to unswer any questions inbetween, thank you
Comment by RestaurantRoundTableGuys on May 26, 2010 at 8:10am
Adding people from this group...I see lot's of folks from my home town... B-more. Sniff. Our group is located in Destin Florida. This is going to be a fun forum! Thanks for having it.
Comment by Bharat Mansukhani on March 4, 2009 at 6:30am
Some of my beliefs on coaching:
1. It needs to be shoulder to shoulder.
2. Do not forget the "Tell, Show, Do, Validate" method.
3. Praise and then give feedback.
Someone on this page mentioned "Smile". It is my firm belief that you cannot train or coach someone to smile. This is something you need to hire. You can train talent, but things like being high energy or smiling is what you need to look for in a prospective candidate.
Coaching above all needs a lot of "patience" - Do you have it?
Comment by Patrick O on February 19, 2009 at 12:00pm
I believe that coaching can also mean mentoring as well as training. Does anyone have any good websites that would involve train the trainer information. I would really appreciate it if someone could help me out.
Cheers,
Patrick
Comment by Patrick O on December 14, 2008 at 10:17am
Hello all.
I'd love to share my insights, visions, opportunities and outlook for change, in this group. Being a lead trainer in my restaurant, as well as trainer at the corporate level, I feel I'd be able to contribute some coaching ideas.
Thanks,
Patrick
Comment by John Gani on July 20, 2008 at 11:30am
When I need to "coach" or change a behavior, I always start with a compliment, then on to the problem. Jimmy your pies look good today, but I have noticed that your thin crust pies aren't quite as good as the hand tossed. Is there something I can help you with? What I have noticed is your sauce line is much too thick on the thin crust and that usually makes a very messy pizza.....etc.etc

Non-Operator
Comment by Paul Paz on July 9, 2008 at 11:53pm
Promote their strengths.
Paul Paz - www.Waitersworld.com
 
 
 

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