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Five Secrets Of Effective Restaurant Management
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Dennis P. Gemberling -- Hotel and Restaurant Expert Dennis P. Gemberling -- Hotel and Restaurant Expert
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Dateline: San Francisco , CA
Thursday, March 31, 2016

 

shutterstock_289273244.jpgMany individuals may dream of running a restaurant, but they may not have the management skills it takes to own a successful business. Managing a top-tier restaurant isn't necessarily a matter of having the best food. These five tips for effective restaurant management may be what you need to give your business an edge over your competition.

1. Ensure your staff is well-trained, and able to perform their tasks.

Your restaurant staff may be considered the backbone of your business. Part of the job of a restaurant manager is to make sure that all employees, from the front of the house to the back, are aware of their job expectations. They may also need on-the-job training, to fulfill these expectations to the best of their ability, and so they can all function together as an efficient team.

2. Strive for exceptional customer service.

Poor relationships with customers can greatly damage your business' reputation. As restaurant management, part of your job may be to monitor customers' experiences, and to ensure that they're as positive as possible.

One thing you might consider doing is to treat any negative encounters with customers as potential positives. If a customer is having a bad experience at your restaurant, you can take steps to remedy this, which could make their meal something they'll speak positively of to family and friends.

3. Stay abreast of regulations.

If your restaurant fails to pass a health inspection, this could damage the reputation of your business, or even get it shut down for a time. To prevent this, you might make sure that all your employees are trained on all safety and sanitation expectations, and are carrying these out in their everyday work. You could also follow developments in the local and regional news, to see what new health regulations are taking effect.

4. Advertise your business.

An excellent location, or word-of-mouth alone, may not be enough to make your restaurant a success. You may need to take special steps to promote your business so that more potential customers know what distinguishes you from your competition. You might take out ads in a local newspaper or on the radio, for instance. Keeping an active social media account may also help.

But for successful restaurant management, you may want to go the extra mile when promoting your business. By having happy hour specials, daily discounts, special tastings or other offers, you might draw in more attention from customers -- and more positive word-of-mouth -- than you could by offering the same thing every day.

5. Have a long-term vision.

Finally, like any business, it may be best for you if you have a long-term plan. For instance, do you plan to introduce new menu items once you've hired an experienced chef? Once you have a broader base of employees to draw from, do you plan to expand your operating hours? Do you have plans to open other locations?

By deciding early on what goals you have for your restaurant, and adapting these as you go along, you may be better equipped to ensure your business grows into what you want it to become.

Conclusion

Some people may find restaurant management difficult. The day-to-day duties involved in this business can be a delicate balancing act. But with care and consideration, the challenges of managing a restaurant may be overcome.

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