In today’s challenging business environment, changes happen fast, and people who think it is “business as usual” get left behind. WFF, a leadership development organization, is hosting a “Regional Connect” event to bring together local foodservice professionals. These events equip attendees with the skills and connections necessary to better address the unique challenges of the foodservice industry.
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The event will focus on “Influence and Diplomacy,” a skill WFF has identified as a “core competency” and that is critical for those who currently supervise, or aspire to supervise teams. Attendees will be able to share experiences and test their ideas in a safe and supportive environment, and eventually transfer their knowledge to the workplace.
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