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Chase Leblanc
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  • Golden, CO
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  • Leadagers LLC
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Chase Leblanc commented on FohBoh's blog post FohBoh CEO to Step Down after 5 1/2 years at the helm
"Michael, Thank you for founding FOHBOH & for all of the effort that went into the creation and many phases. Best of luck in whatever is next for you and if I can help in any way I'd be happy to do so. And, happy welcome Stewart... to the…"
May 1, 2013

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Steve Sleasman liked Chase Leblanc's blog post #Restaurant #epic #fail
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Chase Leblanc's blog post was featured

#Restaurant #epic #fail

With all due respect to the comedy of Jeff Foxworthy and his classic riffs on “You might be a redneck if…” - I’m helping myself to a new theme that is a little closer to home – “You might be a #restaurant #epic #fail if…”Lights or letters in your outside signage are broken for weeks on endWithout speaking a word of greeting, your host turns heel, grabs menus proceeds across the room and exasperatingly gesticulates for the guests to “get-a-move-on-it”You serve any “food” item that rests on a…See More
Oct 8, 2012

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#Restaurant #epic #fail

With all due respect to the comedy of Jeff Foxworthy and his classic riffs on “You might be a redneck if…” - I’m helping myself to a new theme that is a little closer to home – “You might be a #restaurant #epic #fail if…”Lights or letters in your outside signage are broken for weeks on endWithout speaking a word of greeting, your host turns heel, grabs menus proceeds across the room and exasperatingly gesticulates for the guests to “get-a-move-on-it”You serve any “food” item that rests on a…See More
Oct 5, 2012

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FohBoh liked Chase Leblanc's blog post Inside Scoop – Being Wrong the Right Way
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The Voice of “The Experience” by The Experienced Voice

It was a regular day and I was going to stop at the local, newly remodeled King Soopers  (A Kroger grocery store) to pick up some items. Now this was early in the morning and, by nature, the night crew is winding down and the day crew is winding up. I like to grocery shop really early to avoid the crowds, but this places me squarely in the employee performance twilight zone. This…See More
Apr 18, 2012

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Chase Leblanc's blog post was featured

Inside Scoop – Being Wrong the Right Way

And now…I will shed some light on a—not so little—secret of organizational life.There are some over-eager beavers, who deftly scramble up the political and positional ladder seemingly salivating at the prospect of power. Their mastery of corporate gamesman/woman-ship does not guarantee that they are the “sharpest knives in the drawer.” All too often, my experience has shown that if you were to strip away their job title, many lack the influence or substance for making critical…See More
Apr 12, 2012

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Chase Leblanc posted a blog post

Inside Scoop – Being Wrong the Right Way

And now…I will shed some light on a—not so little—secret of organizational life.There are some over-eager beavers, who deftly scramble up the political and positional ladder seemingly salivating at the prospect of power. Their mastery of corporate gamesman/woman-ship does not guarantee that they are the “sharpest knives in the drawer.” All too often, my experience has shown that if you were to strip away their job title, many lack the influence or substance for making critical…See More
Apr 12, 2012

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February 19, 2012 from 9pm to 10pm
It's the biggest season yet for Celebrity Apprentice. 18 celebrity's & 18 egos and their first challenge is at Cafe Metro in NYC featuring Ty Sullivan!Tune in Sunday night on NBC at 9pm…See More
Feb 16, 2012

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Chase Leblanc's blog post was featured

Leadership is Like Ice Cream

The words “leader” and “leadership” used to be widely accepted definitions of person(s) at the very top. Now, they have been widely broadened to reflectively include those who contribute to the process of moving things forward at any level, in any business setting.I like to think of it this way, leadership is like ice cream, and the specific business, industry or circumstances are the flavors. It is impossible to use chocolate chip and make it work when pistachio swirl is required, unless you…See More
Feb 1, 2012

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Leadership is Like Ice Cream

The words “leader” and “leadership” used to be widely accepted definitions of person(s) at the very top. Now, they have been widely broadened to reflectively include those who contribute to the process of moving things forward at any level, in any business setting.I like to think of it this way, leadership is like ice cream, and the specific business, industry or circumstances are the flavors. It is impossible to use chocolate chip and make it work when pistachio swirl is required, unless you…See More
Feb 1, 2012
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Profile Information

Title
CEO
Company
Leadagers LLC
Website
http://leadagers.com/
Twitter Handle
Leadagers
What best describes my company
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Interests
Consulting, Networking
Personal Quote
Management is how well it runs when you are there - Leadership is how well it runs when you are not.
Biography
Chase LeBlanc, Founder and CEO of Leadagers LLC,

Author of HIGH IMPACT HOSPITALITY,

“Hospitality Management Performance Coach”, Hospitality Management Consultant, Almost 30 Years (Whew!) of Bottom-to-Top Hospitality Management Experience Resulting in Hard-Won Wisdom from Which Any Individual or Group Can Benefit by Upgrading Their Purpose, Performance or Profits!

In addition, he has been a contributing writer for and/or his properties have been featured in Hotel F&B, Cheers, F&B Magazine, Food Service News, Hot Spots America, Military Club & Hospitality, Nation’s Restaurant News, Night Club & Bar and Top Shelf.

Leadagers LLC focuses on Upgrading the Purpose, Performance, and Profits for Individuals and Groups within the Hospitality Industry
Including Instruction and Certification of Leadagers: “Transforming key carriers into torch carriers.”

The Leadagers LLC on-site seminars, certification programs, or customized development packages enable companies to achieve higher levels of profitability by upgrading the purpose and performance of owners, operators, and managers. Chase is ready to energize and enlighten your next corporate training event or annual meeting.
Years in the Industry
Almost 30

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Chase Leblanc's Blog

#Restaurant #epic #fail

Posted on October 5, 2012 at 11:12am 0 Comments

With all due respect to the comedy of Jeff Foxworthy and his classic riffs on “You might be a redneck if…” - I’m helping myself to a new theme that is a little closer to home –

 “You might be a #restaurant #epic #fail if…”

  • Lights or letters in your outside signage are broken for weeks on end
  • Without speaking a word of greeting, your host turns heel, grabs menus proceeds across the room and exasperatingly gesticulates for the guests to…
Continue

The Voice of “The Experience” by The Experienced Voice

Posted on April 18, 2012 at 6:09pm 0 Comments

It was a regular day and I was going to stop at the local, newly remodeled King Soopers  (A Kroger grocery store) to pick up some items. Now this was early in the morning and, by nature, the night crew is winding down and the day crew is winding up. I like to grocery shop really early to avoid the crowds, but this places me squarely in the employee performance twilight zone.…

Continue

Inside Scoop – Being Wrong the Right Way

Posted on April 12, 2012 at 10:12am 0 Comments

And now…I will shed some light on a—not so little—secret of organizational life.

There are some over-eager beavers, who deftly scramble up the political and positional ladder seemingly salivating at the prospect of power. Their mastery of corporate gamesman/woman-ship does not guarantee that they are the “sharpest knives in the drawer.” All too often, my experience has shown that if you were to strip away their job title, many lack the influence or substance for making critical…

Continue

Leadership is Like Ice Cream

Posted on February 1, 2012 at 12:23pm 0 Comments

The words “leader” and “leadership” used to be widely accepted definitions of person(s) at the very top. Now, they have been widely broadened to reflectively include those who contribute to the process of moving things forward at any level, in any business setting.

I like to think of it this way, leadership is like ice cream, and the specific business, industry or circumstances are the flavors. It is impossible to use chocolate chip and make it work when pistachio swirl is required,…

Continue

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At 11:33am on June 23, 2010, Laury Jeanne Bakie said…
Hi Chase, my pleasure to have your friendship on FohBoh. I look forward to reading your blogs. Bon Appetit, Laury
At 6:38am on June 21, 2010, Mark O'Toole said…
Chase: Good to connect. Please consider joining Food4Media as well. You can post information queries for blogs posts/stories you are writing, and receive information relevant to your needs.

Thanks.

Mark
At 6:12pm on May 24, 2010, Marcus Guiliano said…
Hello and welcome Chase,

Congratulations on joining FohBoh! This is a wonderful online restaurant community with lots of great postings. Enjoy the site and keep active with pictures, comments and postings.

Marcus Guiliano
 
 
 

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