Your true success enemy By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Executive at Leading Chef Academy Throughout my career as Learning and Development Executive, I came across a common thing that is preventing people from succeeding. In fact, I think that this ‘thing’ is the true success enemy. You wonder what that thing is? Well let me tell… Continue reading Your true success enemy
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy I often witness exceptionally hard working chefs get promoted and then struggle when their brigade (often consisting of former colleagues) don’t follow their lead. Although they’ve worked for this promotion tirelessly over a substantially long time, they suddenly wish they’d never accepted the position in the first place.… Continue reading The ‘IT’ factor – How to lead and coach your brigade effectively
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy Do you sometimes feel like being trapped in the hamster wheel just like the chef in the picture? Would you like to know how you can increase productivity with communication? Are your current communication skills not producing the response you are looking for? If your answers are yes and you… Continue reading Chef – Are you there yet?
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy I hope you took the time to set your goals for 2015 after our previous blog ‘Hit the ground running in 2015‘. Once you have established clear objectives, then it’s time to take massive action towards it. Otherwise it will only be a dream that will never… Continue reading FEAR – Reality or just an imbalanced perspective?
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy Take a few minutes to watch this workshop segment on ‘RESPONSE-ABILITY’ that Martin Probst delivered to a small group of ambitious hospitality leaders on the thirteenth International Hospitality, Tourism and Events Research Conference Switzerland. [embedvideo type=”youtube” id=”EcvtQVuFB08″] Here also the workshop slide as reference … Continue reading Chef – Whose fault is it now?
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy If you want to learn how to coach your team, please read my published article in inspired COACH page 7-8 & 39-44 _____________________________________________________________________________________________ If you want to get more information on coaching teams and other highly beneficial leadership strategies you need as a ‘Leading Chef’, then… Continue reading Chef – Is ‘COACHING TEAMS’ part of your job description?
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy Have you been wondering why you can talk easily with some people, and others you struggle to connect with? If your answer is yes, then you must read this blog and familiarize yourself with the following strategy. This method describes how to master… Continue reading Chef – What is YOUR communication secret?
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy How would you explain ‘thinking’ to somebody who doesn’t know what thinking is? Although we are doing it quite often, most likely you will find it quite difficult to explain, right? Hhhmmm. As I mentioned in one of my recent blogs, I believe thinking… Continue reading Chef – Think and succeed
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy Do you remember the times when the Executive chef felt like ‘god in white’ with the main responsibilities of ordering food, cooking, smoking, screaming, complaining and abusing others? Luckily these times are definitely gone and the job description of today’s Leading Chefs look completely… Continue reading Chef – Are these the modern skills of a Leading Chef?
By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Whiz at Leading Chef Academy To be successful as Executive chef, you need to do the right things (effectiveness – leadership) and do things right (efficiency – management). When you are flat out, for example, ask yourself if you are busy just for the sake of being busy, or… Continue reading Chef – Do you manage or lead