May 24, 2017
You can love him, you can hate him, but you cannot be indifferent to Gordon Ramsey's straightforward style and passionate work and leadership ethics.
You know the setup and the standard format that repeats itself time after time at every episode.
There’s a restaurant owner in crisis, the wolves are at the door, but the customers aren’t. You’ve got temperamental chefs in the kitchen, lazy waiting staff and the diners you do have aren’t satisfied.
Owners, staff, and customers are desperate for restaurant resuscitation and they call in the restaurant trade’s equivalent of the Emergency Services – the inimitable, indomitable Gordon Ramsay.
Each week in Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, a struggling restaurant receives the Gordon Ramsay treatment. With only a couple of weeks to turn around its flagging fortunes, nothing is sacred.
There’s no time for polite small talk as Gordon reveals a few home truths to the exhausted, emotional restaurant owner or manager and embarks upon his mission to turn things around.
What does it all have to do with YOU?
You may or may not like Gordon Ramsey, his cooking skills, his attitude or the program, but you can appreciate the straightforward, ‘earthquakey’ process to wake people up to their real wants, needs, and responsibilities, and his mentoring.
In this podcast episode, I will explain to you the value of mentorship, what long term value it brings to you and why, if you're not having one already, you should immediately get on your feet and find yourself a mentor if you want to grow and succeed.
Yes, even if you need to pay for it.
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