The Art of Leaving a Legacy with Master Chef Daryl Shular

The Art of Leaving a Legacy with Master Chef Daryl Shular

Certified Master Chef Daryl Shular is one of the most talented and respected chefs in the country.

With competition being in his blood, stemming from a sports background, he has won over twelve gold medals, eight “Best in Shows,” and was on the ACF United States Culinary Olympic Team as they won top honors against 63 teams at the IKA “Culinary Olympics” and brought home gold.

As though the achievement of culinary Olympian wasn’t enough, Chef Daryl Shular continued to push himself to the highest level possible and came face-to-face with one of the toughest tests of all time, the Certified Master Chef examination. After a grueling 130-hour, eight-day test, Daryl solidified his legacy by becoming the first African-American to be awarded the designation of Certified Master Chef.

To this day, even with all the accolades, he remains humble and fiercely dedicated to giving back to the industry. He is consistently on tour throughout the US to empower culinary students to not just follow in his footsteps but to go beyond.

Below is a snapshot of his interview featured in the November issue of Entrepreneurial Chef Magazine. It provides great pieces of advice for anyone looking to leave their mark on the world!

How to Get Your Employees to ‘Volunteer’ to be More Productive

How to Get Your Employees to ‘Volunteer’ to be More Productive

Would you like your employees to be more productive? Pay closer attention to the details of their jobs? Have less absenteeism or tardiness? Reward you with lower levels of turn-over? Give more effort than you could reasonably expect for their level of pay, and provide greater service to your guests?
I would like to let you in on a little secret. This phenomenon is a real thing. It is known as Organizational Citizenship Behavior. It describes the levels to which your employees will go the extra mile, simply because they want to.
The question then becomes: How do I get my employees to have higher levels of Organizational Citizenship Behavior? The answer may be as simple as following the advice given by the Spice Girls all those years ago: they will tell you what they want, what they really, really want. You just have to be able to hear what they are saying (and quite often not saying).

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