• How to Rock Restaurant Management

  • 5 Ingredients to Leading a Successful Team
  • By: Katelyn Silva
  • Narrated by: Megan Hudgins
  • Length: 1 hr and 58 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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How to Rock Restaurant Management

By: Katelyn Silva
Narrated by: Megan Hudgins
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Publisher's Summary

Are you tired of feeling like you go in, survive a shift, go home, repeat? Are you a new manager and feeling like you’re not sure where to start? Or, are you seasoned, but struggling to really make a difference and build an effective team? Do you ever wonder, “Is this it?”

In this straightforward and tips-filled audiobook, Katelyn Silva presents her approach and strategies for not only building a team, but leading them effectively to have smoother shifts, happier guests and team members, and, ultimately, more money.

In How to Rock Restaurant Management, you will find:

  • Katelyn’s five essential ingredients to leadership and positive team morale
  • Ways to save your restaurant time and money in team member turnover
  • The essentials, when it comes to guest relations
  • Steps to wield time management in order to see improved work/life balance

How to Rock Restaurant Management will equip you with all the tools you need to build a team of all-stars that become your secret weapon to success in your management career.

So, what are you waiting for? Unlock the keys to building your successful team right now!

©2017 Katelyn Silva (P)2020 Katelyn Silva

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May be good for rookie managers

The author has dubious credentials, 3 management positions at 3 concepts in 6 years with 20% growth (in what areas?) over the course of 1.5 years as a GM - seems very unlikely, but there's some sound advice for new or disengaged managers. if you're already an experienced high performing manager there's not much here for you. A lot of subjective generalization and oversimplification.

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Great advice for managers at every level!

I had been looking for a book like this and I’m so glad I found it, as I have been struggling with finding my voice, authority and a co manager who is very hard to work with. It’s a short read filled with basic but important topics when managing a restaurant or more important managing a restaurant team. There is a lot of great useful advice in a quick, easy read that keeps you interested every minute.

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great read

has lots of useful information helpful tips for any manager wanting to become a better manager or to a new manager wanting to be the best manager they can be

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Excellent

Addresses the issues plainly and is quick to get to point. Loved it and appreciated this book. I also like the suggestion to write down and pin up reminders of points you needed.

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It’s good to learn the basics

It gives a lot of common sense advice but as we all know, common sense isn’t common so it is good to give you the basics a good general overview of being a manager.