I’d like to finish the year by giving thanks for my best gift from 2016. In a year that brought me uncountable adventures, blessings, amazing people and work experiences, this is my choice for the thing that I’m most grateful
Instead of the usual post on team dynamics, I’m instead sending out an alert about a free online course that might interest you: Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science (part 1) offered on learning platform Edx, which
Love Letters to Chefs is taking time off to recharge for new adventures in 2017. Hope you will also enjoy the break. Happy Holidays!
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn – Benjamin Franklin Just a reminder, because all of us, at some point or another, whether we lead a team or not, will have to
Survived the busy Christmas period, Chef? Congrats. Celebrate yourself and your team. Get some rest. Take some time off to renew. You’ve earned it!
Continuing from yesterday’s theme about setting up a daily reflective practice, my invitation to you today is to extend that to reflecting on what life has taught you during the day. Or the year, since this is a great time
As (most of) you begin to wind down, I can imagine that what’s most pressing now is getting some much-needed rest. Maybe you’ve given some thought to the New Year and your hopes and dreams for 2017? I have to say this
En route to an event one evening last October, I was delayed in London’s Leicester Square because everyone else there had turned up for a movie premiere. I had time to kill, had never experienced the buzz of a premiere
To give real service, you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity – Douglas Adams Integrity is my word for 2017. I was brought up by parents for whom integrity was
If the last post was a call to look out for everyone on your team, this time we take a step back for a broader view. Have you ever thought about your own impact on the industry you work in?