Strengths You Can Bring to Your Restaurant

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This is a comprehensive self-analysis

on the topic of finding, evaluating and validating the strengths

you can bring to your restaurant business.

Find Your True Strengths and Skills

Knowing your strengths will serve you well in your business and in your life as well.

All too often, our natural talents go untapped!

To express the best of yourself in life and work, you must identify and channel your strengths.

You have many different types of strengths. 

The use of this assessment will help you discover your true potential for owning a food  industry business.

And also, help you determine the kind of restaurant best fits your strengths and skills.

This Assessment Will Help You Match What You’re Passionate About.

 Your Strengths, Talents, and Personality Are One of Life’s Secrets.

Set a Path Based On Who You Are, and Be the Best Restaurant Owner You Can Be.

Five Strengths and Skills The Best Chefs & Cooks Have In Common

Creativity- A chef must be very creative and always willing to try something new. Creativity inspires a food’s presentation, which is very important to your guests dining experience.

Passion- A chef has a tremendous passion for food and cooking. They enjoy the process of selecting foods, preparing meals, and creating menus.

Business Sense- A chef has a keen business sense and runs a kitchen that produces quality foods but is also cost-effective and efficient.

Attention to Detail– A chef pays close attention to detail. Cooking is a science and every ingredient and measurement has a specific role that a chef must be continually aware of.

Team Player- A chef understands that he or she is part of a larger team and that everyone must work in harmony to ensure the timely production of quality foods. Chefs must also work well with wait staff and management.

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 Strengths and Skills to Have as a Host or Hostess

Whether they are taking reservations, handing out menus or seating guests, hosts and hostesses must have good customer service skills. They must always remain professional, especially when dealing with impatient or unruly customers.


Strength and Skills to Have as a Bartender

There are a lot of things that definitely make a great bartender, like being trustworthy, friendly, reliable, hard working, clean and organized, but those are important aspects for any employee.

The one skill that I think makes a great bartender is a memory.

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Strength and Skills to Have as a Waitress or Waiter

To be a good waiter or waitress you will need excellent people skills.

This is the most important skill if you want to start making bigger tips. 

A waiter’s primary job is to forge relationships with the guests, and it is not easy to walk up to a table of complete strangers and make them like you. It is very important to establish rapport with your guests and find something that you have in common.  

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Where Do Your Strengths and Skills Lean Towards?

Take the Assessment and Find Out!



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 Take the assessment and please come back to the site there is a wealth of information and it will get you started on the right path to restaurant success.

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