Voice of the Restaurant Industry
Success is a habit – so is failure.
Successful people share specific traits – so do people who are overlooked for promotions.
There are several reasons why aspiring and talented managers fail to land prime management positions. The good news is that most of the behaviors that hold professionals back are learned. Any behavior that is learned can be unlearned. Coaches and Career Counselors help professionals sharpen their skills and develop the behaviors that make them…Continue
One common question a Recruiter asks at a job interview is for the Candidates expected pay. One of the major challenges each Candidate faces is to determine how much they are worth. It can be difficult to assess your net worth when making a career change. There are several things you must take into consideration before you can negotiate a competitive salary.
The first step is to forget what the college/university professor told you. No…Continue
No transition is ever easy. This is especially true in the workplace. You are prepared and experienced enough to perform your current job. The stresses and problems are familiar. You’ve worked out strategies for dealing with the day-to-day struggle. You know what is expected, and you understand what you can expect from others. Seniority, stability, and expertise all go out the door when you make a career change.
This is especially true when you move from a staff position to…Continue
Success is a habit – so is failure
Successful people share the same habits – so do dreamers
Behavior is fluid; we can shape and mold it.
Many people have evolved from behaviors that limited their future
Many people have developed the behaviors needed to help them succeed.
Complete the following exercise one step at a time. Do not read ahead.
#1 On a piece of blank paper brainstorm what you want out of life. When you run out of ideas…Continue
Many Career professionals can work their whole careers without ever realizing that they are living someone else’s dream. Many professionals reach middle age before realizing that their personality and their current job represent a square peg forced into a round h***.
The hospitality industry offers a satisfying career for everyone; you just need to learn where you fit. The first thing you need to identify is whether you belong behind a restaurant manager’s desk, or the…Continue