You work long and hard to put your business in a position to be successful. You feel like you have a solid vision of where you want to be and how you want to get there.
However, despite your many efforts, you struggle to get your employees to buy in to that vision. Why is this? You treat them with respect, you communicate regularly, and you feel like they’re compensated fairly. Why are they not responding? What more can you do?
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Tony is my guy. He was responsible for all my restaurant operations. Tony is truly the best at what he does. He’s insightful, creative, thorough, and everybody loves working with him. He’s the only person I’ve ever worked with that can create an environment where hard work can be so much fun. He has a unique combination of culinary skills, hands on experience, creativity and a realistic perspective that gets results.
Tony spearheaded the revamp of our entire Culinary and Operations Program. Tony’s ability to connect with people at all levels allowed us to streamline the process and get company-wide buy-in.
First and foremost, it was a pleasure both knowing and working with Tony. He’s a seasoned operator, who brings to the table a wealth of knowledge, experience and integrity. He has an innate ability to connect with people from all walks of life, and his inclusive management style made all the hard work extremely enjoyable.
I’ve worked with Tony on numerous projects over the past several years. The passion and energy he brings every day is infectious to whomever has the pleasure to work with him. I appreciate the collaborative environment he creates, and his professional and candid feedback are invaluable.