christiane
  • 58, Female
  • west hartford ct
  • United States
  • arugula bistro
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Feb 23, 2012

Profile Information

Title
chef/owner
Company
arugula bistro
What best describes my company
Other
Interests
Discovering New Food, Discovering New Wines, Locavore, Making Friends, Networking, Organic Foods, Other
Personal Quote
...the unexamined life is not worth living....socrates
Years in the Industry
19 years

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At 9:37am on January 20, 2010, christiane said…
what do you do
At 8:25am on January 20, 2010, Dan Smith said…
Well, today is budget presentation to "ownership day" so a rather mundane yet stressful day will reach its apex at about 2:00. My work is complete and although I am very confident in the numbers, the outlook for the 2010 season for baseball is still somewhat bleak. If attendance improves then so will F&B. My team is in great spirits as we have probably weathered teh storm to some degree which initself is a confidance builder. The fact is, the restaurants will project improvements financially and that is a good thing.
At 7:30am on January 20, 2010, Dan Smith said…
Hi Christiane,
I am the guy that sent you a couple of ill-prepared comments sometime back. I wrote in my notes ( I was ashamed) to send a follow up querie to see how business was for you and that things were going well for you. I hope that you had a good holiday business and continue to wish you well.
Desiderata,
dan
At 5:25am on November 6, 2009, Dan Smith said…
I am truly sorry, that was extremely poor manners on my part, I had no right to comment on your discussion, especially with so many judemental quips. My quick retort was equally unimpressive and for that i am additionally sorry. Please accept my apologies.
At 1:58pm on November 5, 2009, Dan Smith said…
I will Butt out, I just thought that you might be interested in seeing how you are being percieved. Youar attitude really sucks.
At 7:01am on November 5, 2009, Dan Smith said…
Christiane,
Hi, I have been watching the dialogue of yours in the discussion, "Top 10 Management Gripes about Employees. While I am certain that i have missed the beginning tenor of your statements as well as your arguments, I thought that I would ask the question, "Is your establishment one of autocracy, or do you feel that the peolpe that work "with/for" you have value? You seem to be very passionate but I am curious if you believe that flinging the sardonic comments are serving you well in your argument? Your attitude does not seem to be one of a true artist or leader that trusts the people that you work with to deliver your product in a convivial manner. In your early assessment of yourgripes was one regarding everyone wanting to leave at the close of a day when a party of 10 walked in, you said everyone knows the business and food, you said that you are all a team, yet nobody wants to work for you when clearly a financial opportunity exists for all. If you are the true leader, you should aspire to inspire. I am sorry, but i have seen nothing inspirational in your points of view about your employees. The age of the Draconian Chef is over, forget about TV, make your staff happy and "have Fun". I know that i do not walk in your shoes and i am hopeful that you don't hate me for saying all of this. On balance, it is very difficult to lead people, but that really is your job, not cooking.
At 2:06pm on February 19, 2008, Doug Golden said…
Christiane,

Welcome and thanks for joining! I'm glad that I was able to share this site with you. I hope FohBoh becomes a valuable resource and wish you best of luck in advancing your professional/business endeavors.

Regards,

Doug Golden Delete Comment
At 8:12am on February 19, 2008, christiane said…
Hi christiane, Welcome to FohBoh! Feel free to join a group, comment on existing content, or post a blog or discussion on a topic of interest to the FohBoh community. Our members are from over 100 countries and all interested in communicating and connecting. Don't forget to check out our hot new Rewards Program where you actually earn stock in FohBoh as you participate.

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