Are You Helping Your Servers Reach Their Highest Potential?

The leader in the community that is afire with passion for being the best at working toward a common goal inspires every other employee who becomes aware of that devotion. That dedication is contagious and will spread to your employees who also want to be the best at their particular job. Kind Dining® training gives your servers the opportunity to evolve to their highest level of potential resulting in success for them, the business, and for the community. This type of training changes negative attitudes and habits to create improvements in daily life and work that becomes a lifetime benefit for the individual employee and the company. I’ve seen this happen.

I have witnessed the change that is so apparent and successful to business that I have dedicated my career to helping make this happen where it is needed most: in the dining room of senior living communities. Growth comes from forward thinking-leaders who are willing to put forth the effort of culture change. It is a concept whose time has come.  Government regulations presently encourage and will soon enforce culture change in long term care communities. Kind Dining® training advances these ideas for you to become the leadership with the excitement for learning and sustaining common purpose with personal and professional development.

While your employees are reaching for their highest potential, take notice, you’ll see that everyone benefits including the residents and that is the first and final goal.

About Cindy Heilman

Cindy is the founder and owner of Kind Dining®, which she began in 2006. She’s traveled across the country and Canada working with and training senior living communities that want to create an exceptional dining experience for their residents and staff. In addition, she certifies select professionals in her Kind Dining® philosophy and provides tools, now in an eLearning format, that make learning stick and help people put insights into action. As a result of her work, clients often share their staff has a new sense of purpose, get along better and keep their focus and energy on what matters most. In fact, she wrote a book, Hospitality for Boomers on how to attract residents and keep good team members. In her free time, she enjoys walking Oregon trails and cheering on her favorite soccer teams, the Portland Thorns and Timbers.

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