5 Reasons You Are Not The Manager

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A manager who applies for a management job may not  be ready to do the job. They feel they can do the job because they manage the day to day tasks. They deal with employees, write reports, and do what they perceive as the manager, or general manager’s job. You Accept No For an Answer… Read more »

Restaurant Manager 101: Career Killing Problems

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Few people worry about problems that kill their career until they find themselves in the same job for 10 years, or they were fired from a position they felt secure in. A  successful Restaurant Manager follow certain habits. This includes preventing problems before they start. Successful people also believe that you cannot fail until you… Read more »

5 Aspects of a Hospitality Executive Management Job Search

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Understanding the realities of a job search can help managers transitioning into an executive job prepare for their job transition. Moving from hospitality management, to a general manager or executive management position is a different process than candidates are familiar with. 1. Time Commitment A job search is a full-time job, even with a strong… Read more »

Communication – A Manager’s Most Effective Tool

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As a career coach I am often asked how a manager can pass the interview section. I’ve talked to several professionals who seem trapped in the middle management career stage. No matter what they do, they cannot break through the ceiling. This rarely has anything to do with a manager’s charisma, talent, education, or management… Read more »