Train Your Staff on the Entire Guest Experience

Train Your Staff on the Entire Guest Experience

Restaurant service is much more than delivering hot food hot and cold food cold. Service is an invisible product. It's what sets your restaurant apart from the competition and creates repeat business and referrals. Exceptional service takes hard work by everyone on...

Setting Your Restaurant Training Stage

Setting Your Restaurant Training Stage

The restaurant business is like show business. Your back-of-house staff is your crew, and your front-of-house staff is your cast. Your guests – the most important people in your restaurant – are your audience. And you? You’re everything else – producer, director, and...

Time Management for Restaurant Managers

Time Management for Restaurant Managers

Feeling a little stressed? Who isn’t?! In today’s busy world, and especially for restaurant managers, it’s impossible not to feel like you’re being pulled in a million different directions. The best way to minimize stress in your life is to get a better handle on how...

Restaurant Training from the Top Down

Restaurant Training from the Top Down

When you think of restaurant training, the first thing that pops into your mind is probably basic entry-level training. After all, your guests will feel it if the new line cook can’t survive the dinner rush or a server can’t recite today’s specials. These topics are...

Online Training Clicks and Sticks

Online Training Clicks and Sticks

We live in a world of clicks. Answers to even some of the most complicated questions are just a click or two away, satisfying the increasingly popular need for instant gratification. Many of your employees may not even know how to discover information without clicking...

Server Sales Training: Timing Really Is Everything

Server Sales Training: Timing Really Is Everything

Your servers might know how to sell, but it’s often just as important to know when to sell. And that goes for management, too. Server sales training is the key. One successful restaurant chain discovered its appetizer sales were falling dramatically. Management...

Restaurant Success is in the Details

Restaurant Success is in the Details

The big-picture reality of running a successful operation is more than enough to obscure the little things that are equally important. It's often the fine brush strokes, after all, that distinguish a work of art from what's hanging in run-of-the-mill motels. The same...

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