11 Strategies for Stronger Restaurant Team Communication
A successful restaurant is based on the strength of your entire team. Using effective communication strategies will help everyone get on the same page and deliver value to your customers.
In an article from Nation’s Restaurant News, author Jim Sullivan writes, “since a good deal of a restaurant leader’s time is spent in meetings with team members (and vendors), perhaps the best place way to improve communication and accountability is by learning how to plan and execute more effective employee meetings”.
In the article, Sullivan discusses:
- Consider the ROI first
- Begin and end on time
- Less monologue, more dialogue
- Pursue the bright spots
Sullivan continues, “Meetings are like elevators. They can lift you up or bring you down. Planning, purpose and productivity are the key elements of the kind of meetings that maximize efficiency and value. These are the kind of meetings we anticipate instead of dread”. What strategies can you use from Sullivan’s list in your next meeting?
To read more, see the full article from Jim Sullivan in Nation’s Restaurant News.