The primary goal of quality communication is to bring attention to your intention. When you’re working in a fast paced environment, possessing the ability to communicate clearly and effectively is essential.
As an executive chef, you have to be a great communicator. As the leader of a kitchen, you are in charge of how the whole operation is running. This means you have to negotiate with suppliers, keep your back of house staff on the ball, and liaise with front of house too.
Culinary leadership expert Glenn Flood works with a chef brigade that exceeds 1100, so he is well versed in the importance of clear communication. In this lesson, he shares his pro tips for improving your communication skills as an executive chef.
What you'll learn in the How to be a great communicator as a chef lesson
- How to be a great communicator as a head chef
- The importance of communication skills in the workplace
Who the Kitchen leadership for executive chefs course is for
This online course is for all you back of house superstars looking to take that next big step in your career. Learn from the pros and make your mark!