Famous executive restaurant

A chef uses their leadership skills to provide the kitchen staff with direction. They train new employees, conduct training sessions for current staff to discuss new techniques and answer questions about food preparation. Chefs are often responsible for resolving staff members’ conflicts and offering helpful feedback when necessary. A chef may spend time sitting while they review menus and order inventory, but most of their job requires them to stand for long periods. They often walk for the duration of their shift to oversee the kitchen and meal preparations. Chefs may also walk back and forth between the kitchen and dining room to greet customers and answer their questions.