The re-definition of work-life balance for chefs

Our work-life balance has never been more challenged than in today’s busy and ever-changing environment, with 24/7 digital connectivity and a high expectation of being available at all times. By all means, I am not interested in yet another hospitality work-life balance debate; I would much rather like to redefine the term ‘work-life balance’ and… Continue reading The re-definition of work-life balance for chefs

Forget New Year’s resolutions – you need to know your WHY first

Before you waste another minute on New Year’s resolutions and setting goals for the year ahead, you need to be very clear on the direction you are heading towards. We often know exactly what we don’t want, but have no idea about what we DO want instead. Friedrich Nietzsche, the famous German philosopher said it… Continue reading Forget New Year’s resolutions – you need to know your WHY first

Time to declutter your life, chef?

Generally speaking, our environment is a reflection on what is happening in our minds. For you to successfully grow as a person and leading chef, you need to understand and create a safe environment that matches your values and will assist you in achieving your goals. “You are a product of your environment. So choose… Continue reading Time to declutter your life, chef?

Chef – is your mind like a parachute?

“Minds are like parachutes. They only function when they are open.” ~ Thomas Dewar[gap height=”30″] Trusted and respected Executive Chefs keep open to new ideas. For some, being open-minded is as easy as breathing. For most others, it’s a challenge. But making the effort to think openly and embrace new ideas will produce untold benefits for… Continue reading Chef – is your mind like a parachute?

The “F” word you may want to use this Christmas

Leading Chef Academy wishes you a Merry Christmas and start into 2016!

The “F” word you may want to use this Christmas By Martin Probst, Learning & Development Executive at Leading Chef Academy Christmas is just around the corner and it appears that every year people are occupied with more stress and less fulfilment. What is it that we completely forget in today’s world of having and wanting even… Continue reading The “F” word you may want to use this Christmas