Being a chef is a lot more than just cooking; it requires the ability to manage a kitchen and everyone who works in it. Dave learned the hard way that he needed to control his infamous temper in order to excel as a leader. He discusses this and much more with renowned organizational psychologist and three-time New York Times best-selling author Adam Grant.
The Chef As a Leader, With Adam Grant
Dave discusses learning to manage his famous temper with renowned organizational psychologist Adam Grant
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