Discovering new food, Discovering new wines, Consulting, Franchising, Career Advancement
Born in Danbury Connecticut, raising in Yorba Linda Ca. Graduated from California University Long Beach with a BS in Finance and a BS in Human Resources. I have worked in the food service industry for 10 years and have loved every minute of it. I have worked as a host and made my way to my current position. I am passionate about the industry and company I work for. I am looking forward to the aggressive advancement of my career and furthering my education by attaining my MBA.
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Welcome to the FohBoh Network! I’m Donald Burns, CDMP & owner of chefTrac™.
There are a lot of resources here if you apply them…..some of the groups I like are Leading Generation Y, Restaurant Marketing, Ask The Experts……
I joined FohBoh to network with culinary professionals (like you) that are looking for more……from their team, themselves and their career. I thought you would be interested in the result and value based services that my company chefTrac™ offers.
My 27 years experience I have within the culinary industry lead me to create a set of tools for the modern culinary professional. They are designed to increase their success and your operations bottom line. Our programs provide results that are 100% guaranteed. Here are just a few of the benefits of incorporating our programs into your corporate culture.
• Reduce turnover and replacement costs
• Accurate job matching (we have a 96% accuracy rate!)
• Capitalize on the natural strengths of your people
• Reduce interpersonal conflicts
• Increase productivity
• Creation of team action plans that achieve goals
• Form high performance teams quickly
• Enhance your current succession plan for growth
“A unanimous commitment to self improvement, through the understanding of our natural strengths through statistically based programs that improve relations within and those we interact with.” – ChefTrac Mission Statement
chefTrac™ has centered it’s programs that support this mission. We create an immediate bond with those very unique individuals called chefs. They have their own language and sub-culture that can be difficult to communicate with. That is were I have the advantage, I am a chef working with chefs. I understand the real world frustrations and challenge that chefs and their teams face.
I have created a mini presentation that is just a brief overview of the programs offered.
If you have questions or would like to receive a package that contains more information on the programs mentioned in the presentation, just let me know.
I invite you to visit our website at www.cheftrac.com
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