All Blog Posts Tagged 'susan' (6)

Busy Bagels

Since being named Best Bagel in March, the Georgetown Bagelry has been all a flutter with activity. Of course there’s the usual bagel shop buzz, but over the past few months, GTown Bagel was showing up in different, exciting places. Let’s take a look!

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Added by Mary Beall Adler on June 8, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Forgotten Flip Cam Videos, Unforgettable Event.

Last night when I went to shoot a video on my Flip Cam, I discovered a few videos from a recent event that I'd forgotten recording.



While I had forgotten about the videos, I haven't been able to get the experience out of my mind.



I wanted to share three things about the recent event held by The People Report and Black Box… Continue

Added by Amanda Hite on December 15, 2009 at 5:53am — 1 Comment


Non-Operator
10-reasons why Susan Boyle inspires us

Susan Boyle’s story went viral last week. USA Today had an article that listed the 10-reasons why millions around the world connected with her. I couldn’t help but compare how so many of waiters, as service providers, are guilty like those who profiled Ms. Boyle.



The reverse is also true... how many of us are the Susan Boyle of our industry that deliver extraordinary service that is unexpected, unnecessary, unwarranted, and/or undeserved (I heard this line from FOHBOH member Bob… Continue

Added by Paul Paz on April 20, 2009 at 11:04am — 3 Comments

Amanda Hite is lying on a fake green apple on the floor of my loft.

As we speak, Amanda Hite is doing what she does best....she is giving of her time, talent and passion to help someone create their ultimate career lifestyle. Totally giving of herself, she puts her all into the process...whoever happens to be the lucky recipient of her attention needs to beware....Amanda is radically present with you and she asks you to do the same. She tells you up front that the process takes deep soul… Continue

Added by susan fawcett on November 23, 2008 at 4:09pm — 2 Comments

What's at the heart of hospitality?

Sometimes it's not easy being hospitable! The "hospitality" industry is not an easy thing. The difficult customer, the server who calls in sick at the last minute, the vendor who makes a mistake in a shipment - there's always something.



But, find a successful operator and you'll find someone who likes people - other people and himself/herself.



Hospitality is at the core of what foodservice is all about. It's not just putting food on the plate - it's about welcoming,… Continue

Added by susan holaday on August 29, 2008 at 6:08am — 3 Comments

I can't imagine my Career Lifestyle without my Career Coach.



One of the coolest perks that came from working for T&K was having my own Executive Career Coach, Susan Fawcett. To the benefit of all their Director and Executive level employees, T&K hired Susan as a coach and mentor. (Testimony to the company’s commitment to People Development!) The Assessment,… Continue

Added by Amanda Hite on July 22, 2008 at 8:12am — 14 Comments

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