In this post we are going to talk to you about your new catering adventure. It means that I have done my job in the kitchen for now. You see, I was always a hands-on sort of bloke, never much of a teacher. But in time, as our business grew, my mates and catering peers told me that I had a soothing and reassuring voice over the telephone. I found that quite ironic because I can hardly hear a bloody word over the telephone.

Hiring the right catering staff

Which is why we decided from the first month of running the catering business to employ a receptionist. She did not need to be an expert on catering or food. She did, however, need to be experienced in customer service orientation, and that she was. Oh, and another thing, as old as I am today, I still cannot drive a van. So, you know what’s coming up. We hired a good driver too. He came with a good record, never had a single driving incident against his name. He was a driver all his life and his unblemished record was impeccable.

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Rule-No-1-Never-Be-Nervous

In order for you to survive and thrive in the cutthroat and competitive universe of commercial and industrial business, good interpersonal business behavior is essential. The last article, which we sincerely hope you all enjoyed, dealt with matters related to how you conduct yourself in the workplace or business or customer services environments. This article will be more motivational than anything else. The reason is that while we advocate good business presentation skills during interpersonal meetings, it is rather a case of easier said than done.

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Public Speaker

We do hope you thoroughly enjoyed our last article on how to ensure efficiency of purpose in your business office environment. Like the essential criteria of the catering business, presentation is everything. The selling point is always this; good presentation skills always sell. In this short, inspirational note we deal briefly with the importance of good presentation when dealing directly with clients or potential employers. In lieu of the fact that many of you reading this note are seriously considering starting up your own new business, consideration is also given on how you deal with your staff, if any.

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