How are you doing? Faye Mosley gave me your name as the correct point of contact at Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. I sent you an email directly as well, but saw that you were on FOHBOH too! :)
I would love to see how I might be able to help you and your department meet your training goals. I have been working with Souplantation restaurants as well as Panda Restaurant Group for many years. I am sure that we could brainstorm on some ideas on how to use video to reach out to your locations in an effective way.
Please let me know if you might be interested in discussing. I can also get you a copy of my demo reel.
Thank you again! I look forward to speaking with you further.
Hi Jennifer, Welcome to FohBoh. My son lives in L.A. and has introduced us to the Coffee Bean when we've visited - love it. A couple of areas to check out - the "CHART Training" group page and a blog on my page entitled, "The Power of Teddy Bears". Enjoy, John
Hi Jennifer, welcome to FohBoh...This site is an awesome resource and I know you're going to find a lot of value here. Check out the Groups link on the main navigation bar...this is where you can find topic-related discussions that I know you'll be interested in.
I recommend you join the Local Store Marketing (LSM) Group for inexpensive ways to help market your business and increase sales, the Coffee Lovers Group because, just about everyone working in a restaurant or restaurant-related profession drinks coffee, and the Leading Generation Y Group because the young people working in restaurants today are part of Generation Y and they have unique desires, needs, and an outlook on work, and finally the First Aid Group because burns, cuts, slips and falls are definitely on the menu in every restaurant I’ve ever worked in.
If I can be of assistance to you in any way, don’t hesitate to ask. Again, welcome aboard! It’s great to have you here!
Welcome to the site. Enjoy the synthesized smorgasbord of perspectives. I’m Amanda Hite Director of Training and Development for T&K. I’d like to invite you to join the group Leading Generation Y. The group’s full of Paradigm busters who are sure to funky-up your thinking
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