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New course: Kitchen leadership for executive chefs with Glenn Flood

Posted by Ivana Rnjak on Sep 20, 2017 9:55:20 AM

As an executive chef, cooking will be the easiest job you do. While your culinary skills allowed you to take your career to a leadership position, your managerial and business skills will now get a chance to really shine through.

You will have to exercise big picture thinking to ensure the restaurant remains profitable and your team is continuously developing.

Join MasterChef Australia’s food producer Glenn Flood in this leadership course for new executive chefs.

Glenn is a culinary leadership expert who has worked as a chef and kitchen manager for two decades. In his current role, he looks after a chef brigade that exceeds 1100, serving 18 million customers a year.

Glenn has created a course that he describes as “the course I wish I had access to as I moved into more senior kitchen roles.”

Through his training, you will refine your communication skills, develop awareness of your management style, learn how to identify gaps that are holding you back, and unpack the knowledge and skills you need to progress.

This course is ideal for all you back of house staff looking to take the next big step in your career. Learn from the pros and make your mark!

Just click the link below to start learning.

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