About three weeks ago, I took the opportunity to attend the Oxford Food Symposium Kitchen Table Gathering on chefs’ identities. Because it was an honest conversation, we very quickly got to reality: that the profession is becoming unsustainable for many.
It is okay to accept where you are in your relationship with work right now. Even if the picture is not all rosy. Sometimes you arrive at that crossroads in your professional life where you know you want something different
Have you ever given thought to the question of whether you get what you need from your working life? When the coachee I worked with this week brought it up, it struck me that in Hospitality we hardly ever
This is an opportunity for you to coach with me if you have been unable to, so far. Only this November, I am opening up spots for single coaching sessions for women in Hospitality. This is for you if you
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity of speaking to Naureen Ahmed of Inspiring Women in Hospitality about my journey in founding Love Letters to Chefs. And how it might have all started with dancing the tango 🙂 “Today I share