Wade Chancellor is Director of Training for Hooters of America, Inc., a billion dollar, international and privately held company which ranked as one of the top ten most recognizable brands in its industry. He has over two decades of multi-disciplined experience in the Hospitality and Foodservice Industry including Domestic and International Operations Training, Food Safety & Responsible Alcohol Service Training, Succession Planning, specializing in Corporate Universities, and Employee & Guest Retention. Mr. Chancellor is a public speaker and has been a featured guest at company and franchise sponsored events. His efforts have resulted in several Training Videos, CDs, and Training Manuals.
Currently, his focus is Operations Training which has set the stage for future brand growth and expansion. Wade got his start with Hooters Restaurants as a part-time hourly kitchen employee in 1987. Since that time has steadily climbed through the ranks and has emerged as a leader, a corporate representative, and an expert in company initiatives, philosophies and vision. In his present role, he partners with Corporate & Franchise Operations as well as other Vertically Integrated Hooters Entities.
Mr. Chancellor has created and directed various projects which have contributed to Hooters explosive growth from 150 restaurants to nearly 500 locations, in 26 countries. He has personally executed and overseen training and development initiatives in multiple Domestic and International markets.
Mr. Chancellor is a Certified Hospitality Trainer (CHT), a member of the Counsel of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers (CHART) where he has served as a Volunteer, Mentor, Conference Committee Member & Facilities Director. He is certified in Talent and Team Development & Strategic Planning with the Elliot Leadership Group and is certified in Leadership Training with Dale Carnegie.
Mr. Chancellor also holds certifications with the National Restaurant Associations Educational Foundations (NRAEF) ServSafe Food Safety Program as well as ServSafe Alcohol where in both he is a certified program instructor.
Mr. Chancellor, a graduate of Ringling School of Art and Design with a major in Graphic Design, has been awarded the Presidential Service Award. Additionally, he is an avid community service volunteer where he has led programs which use and teach community outreach to teach leadership, diversity and communication.
Mr. Chancellor’s passion for the industry and for the people who work in it can be clearly seen in the way he facilitates company training initiatives. Wade’s team driven work ethic shows that a combination of inspiration and determination does result in success . Whether as a Kitchen Employee, a Director, a Speaker, a Volunteer, or as a friend, Wade Chancellor is continually helping others find the best of what lies within themselves and to achieve their own goals & success.
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My name is Trish Garapola, I am a contract recruiter.
I was wondering if Hooters uses outside resources in hiring their management team, if so can you point me in the right direction on who I should be speaking with.
My contact information is:
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I am looking forward to speaking with you,
Thank you for your help.
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