Secrets to Holding Your Management Team Accountable Keynote & Dinner

15 May 2017
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Conference Center

Secrets to Holding Your Management Team Accountable Keynote & Dinner

Many restaurant, bar and business owners suffer from a common, but relatively unknown, condition called “commonsense-it-is.” Session speaker David Scott Peters, restaurant coach and founder of TheRestaurantExpert.com, diagnoses restaurant owners with “commonsense-it-is” when they think their managers should just know how to do things because it’s “common sense.” But the definition of common sense clearly states it’s a shared understanding based on experience. But most times, managers don’t share the owner’s experiences and don’t possess their same core values. They will not automatically do things the way a restaurant/bar owner wants. But the good news is there is a way to teach them. Attend this session to learn:

  • Why company culture is such an important role in how things get done
  • How to clearly define expectations for a management team
  • The two-step process for getting rid of “commonsense-it-is” in any restaurant/bar
  • The recipe for effective delegation and why what you’ve been doing doesn’t work
David Scott Peters

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