All Blog Posts Tagged 'management' (148)


Non-Operator
Tricks to Eliminate Tasks and Boost Productivity

Reported by foodem.com, the online wholesale food marketplace-

Many of us suffer from early mornings and late, sleepless nights. Our brains stay on full throttle. We’re always moving a hundred miles a minute, and it seems as if there are not enough…

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Added by Foodem on July 25, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments


Non-Operator
Training Hospitality Employees through available State Grant Funds in NJ and beyond.

Grant Funded Hospitality Training 

If your hostess and server team is spiraling out of control, or you're interested in honing their skills to generate better guest service and hopefully improve sales, consider state grant programs.  These programs can be made available to independent, small chain, and corporate restaurants.

Understanding Grant Opportunities

Many states make grant funds available to employers in good tax standing to…

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Added by Jonathan Raduns on May 17, 2012 at 8:55am — No Comments

"Scheduled" and "Automated" are actually NOT bad words when it comes to restaurant marketing

Okay. I can feel it coming already. What I am referring to is my subscribers (and also my "slowly growing on me", group of trolls) desire to automatically comment on this post, simply based on the title. BUT, before you do, I ask you kindly to just read the…

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Added by Chris Leo on May 15, 2012 at 8:00am — 4 Comments


Non-Operator
The next level in your restaurant social media strategy? Maybe...

What do guys…

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Added by Christopher Wells on May 2, 2012 at 9:36am — No Comments

You've Got Them Talking......Now What?

If you are anything like me, you like to dig into things. The more I look into, the more I learn. The more I learn, the better job my firm can do for our restaurant partners.



One thing I always find curious when I'm digging around the internet, is when I see a restaurant's social media property, where they have a fairly large group of fans or followers.…

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Added by Chris Leo on April 16, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

Why I'm a lightning rod & how to pick a social media firm

So it appears that I have stirred up a little controversy on the Internets, this past week. If you haven't read it, I wrote a blog post about …

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Added by Chris Leo on April 9, 2012 at 9:00am — 6 Comments

3 Reasons Restaurants Should Outsource Their Social Media Management

The one constant that will always exist in the Restaurant Industry is that there is never enough time in the day to get everything done. It is this very reason that we started the Restaurant marketing division of our company.

While this…

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Added by Chris Leo on April 2, 2012 at 8:00am — 29 Comments


Non-Operator
Not-so-Random Thoughts From The 2012 RLC ...

Each spring, just as spring training is wrapping up, Scottsdale is the scene of the Restaurant Leadership Conference.  It’s neither the largest, nor by most measures the most frenetic of the key restaurant conferences; the first title must go to Chicago’s NRA extravaganza, and arguably the second goes to the well-run, but adrenaline-filled, RFDC in Las Vegas (the adrenaline perhaps unavoidably due to the locale as well…

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Added by Rod Guinn on March 29, 2012 at 8:07am — 1 Comment


Non-Operator
Competing Priorities: When To Fulfill, When To Chop

Reported by foodem.com, the online wholesale food marketplace-

It’s a new year and many of you have a plate full of priorities. Some are more important than others, but for most, they are all important; at the same time, each priority is competing with another. For…

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Added by Foodem on March 22, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments

Your Restaurant's Facebook Fan Page is GOING to Change

Facebook's business fan pages are changing. They are in fact changing in a few very big ways. As a result, you are going to have to change your restaurant's facebook strategy, to fit in with the new offerings. While there are at least 7-10 major upgrades happening, I'm going to focus on the three largest ones that will impact your restaurant, and some ways you can work with them, to ensure you continue to get lots of traction with your facebook marketing efforts.

1) Cover…

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Added by Chris Leo on March 7, 2012 at 9:00am — 6 Comments

2 Reasons Your Restaurant Marketing Efforts Should Be Multi-Channel

As the saying goes, "Everything in moderation", is the best rule of thumb to live by.  Believe it or not, the same holds true for your restaurant's marketing efforts as well. Although, it's not for the exact same reasons you would imagine.

Running a restaurant can be grueling, to say the least.  Whether you are a manager, marketing manager, owner, or…

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Added by Chris Leo on February 20, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments

Defining Focus in Foodservice Hiring

In the restaurant industry, being fully staffed — with top-quality employees — is Holy Grail of HR. It is constantly sought after, rarely achieved and rumored to be difficult to achieve. More often than not a restaurant has a decent team, with a few outstanding employees and the occasional bad apple. It’s not uncommon to find a manager or head chef stepping in to cover a “no-show” staff member.

 

Foodservice faces such high turnover rates that managers often jump to quickly…

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Added by Nate DaPore on February 7, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Is your Restaurant's Facebook Fan Page Healthy? 4 Ways To Find Out

Facebook recently rolled out some new metrics that are going to make your Restaurant's Fan Page Rock! The new insights are going to help you grow your fans and your fans interactions in ways you never imagined possible.

Obviously it's important to monitor your facebook statistics, but the new metrics make it even easier to monitor your Facebook Fan…

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Added by Chris Leo on January 30, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments

Five Tips For Making Your Restaurant More Social

What message does your restaurant convey to your fans and prospects that are socially engaged?

Restaurants can no longer choose to use "planned or scripted" messages such as "We're the place to be", or "The ONLY place to watch sports".  They also cannot choose to simply ignore social media all…

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Added by Chris Leo on January 23, 2012 at 8:00am — 6 Comments

Case Study: Restaurants, Yelp!, Facebook, Twitter & Critics

If you own a restaurant, somehow are involved in the restaurant industry, or even watch TV, you have no doubt heard about what recently happened to the owner of Boners BBQ, when a diner gave the restaurant a…

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Added by Chris Leo on January 16, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments

How to Write a Resume for Restaurant Managers

Once you've developed the skills needed to manage a restaurant, successfully, and develop a strong team who are motivated and goal oriented, it is time to sell your skills.  The restaurant manager's job requires good communication skills, and the ability to present projects and reports in a way that will sell ideas to the team, management, investors, and to the customers who walk through the doors each day.

The resume is the first place you have to highlight your…

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Added by Robert Krzak on January 9, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments

How to Write a Resume for Restaurant Managers

Once you've developed the skills needed to manage a restaurant, successfully, and develop a strong team who are motivated and goal oriented, it is time to sell your skills.  The restaurant manager's job requires good communication skills, and the ability to present projects and reports in a way that will sell ideas to the team, management, investors, and to the customers who walk through the doors each day.

The resume is the first place you have to highlight your…

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Added by Robert Krzak on January 2, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments

Restaurant Management and Leadership

Triple Seating a Big No, No!!!

My family and I eat out twice to 3 times a week because of our schedule. With two boys in elementary school, baseball, weekend parties, and just life in general we don't have much time to prepare dinner 7 days a week. On Friday, we went out to eat at a popular chain where we were sat immediately, and a few minutes… Continue

Added by Robert Vasquez on October 23, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments


Operator
Helping your Sous to Excel

Use these tips to teach your Sous become better at running that line. These tips are also great for your new Exec Chef, or even managers.

When the chef is out, you are it. You are the main guy that everyone, cooks, dishwashers, bartenders, and servers look to for all the answers. The minute you panic, they all panic. Keep a cool head and split your problems up. Delegate: Delegate with authority and confidence. Never place blame: On equipment or persons. If you are the IT guy, you…

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Added by Lane A. McFarland on October 21, 2011 at 1:14pm — 1 Comment


Non-Operator
Leadership @or 4?

“Low-down -dirty- good for nuthin…”

I still remember the first time I heard my Grandfather

deliver his ultimate displeasure with another human being.  It was his considered opinion that you could

be “good at” something and still be “good for nothing.”  As he saw it there were people who were darn

fine farmers, welders, mechanics, truck drivers, hunters, and so on, but if

your positive-character flag wasn’t flying high, he’d keep his distance.

When it comes right…

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Added by Chase Leblanc on September 16, 2011 at 3:33pm — No Comments

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