Five Reasons You Need A Collaborative Work Environment In Your Restaurant
The old business model teaches that you manage from the top down. Restaurant owners and managers create policies and business structure,...
The old business model teaches that you create from the top down. Managers and owners decide upon policies and structures that their staff enacts. However if the structure isn't communicative and collaborative, we become out of touch with the actuality of our day to day business interactions. Often, we miss opportunities to solve needless frustrations and financial waste, because of the design of our business, and because we haven't implemented a communicative environment. Worse, we potentially create a stagnant and exasperating environment, where employees feel powerless to offer their best effort and contribute. Profit follows constant growth, communication, and progression, as does job satisfaction.
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Your employees are actually experts on what your guest experience is, and what is unnecessarily making their job difficult. This input is so incredibly valuable. They want to do their job well. They want to feel satisfaction, pride, and appreciation. When you know their greatest frustrations, you automatically know how to create greater income. When you have them onboard with your vision (and when they know that your success truly is their success) anything is possible. When you have a vision of positively impacting your community, solutions are endless.
Solving frustrations is the first step to creating a fun, respectful, successful environment oriented toward expansion. It also shows your employees that their input matters. When people are enabled to do their job well, greater happiness and profit is sure to follow. When employees feel that their employer cares about their success, and that they can positively contribute in their workspace, they feel a connection to their work and create success not just for themselves, but for the company they're able to feel pride in working for.