Dining Room Business Management Program

Price: 
$3,150.00
Category: 
Hospitality & Travel
Combined Hours: 
495
Course Type: 
Mentor Supported
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The Dining Room Business Management program is ideal for a student who wants a career in hospitality management with a focus on business. In addition to learning the service facets of the business, students will also learn about management matters that are essential to any organization and how to manage through relationship-building to bring out the very best in all employees. 

Dining Room & Banquet Management

This Dining Room & Banquet Management course is ideal for a student that wants to move into hospitality management. Its emphasis is on the service aspects of a business that will distinguish an outstanding dining experience. The course includes the history of dining room and banquet service, the proper techniques of service, sanitation requirements, and important merchandising concepts. In addition, information about reservations, priority seating, and reservations systems is also included. 

Prerequisite(s): None

Business Management

The principles and practices of management are fundamental to any organization. Good management is important in starting a business, growing a business, and maintaining a business once it has achieved some measure of success. This Business Management course introduces you to the four essential functions of successfully managing a company, employees, and assets: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. 

Prerequisite: None

Leadership & Goal Attainment

Looking for ways to make your company great, motivate your employees, and grow profits? Then Leadership & Goal Attainment is the course for you. In the first part of this course you will learn how relational leadership is not just a theory or a buzzword, but a way of managing through relationship-building to bring out the very best in one's employees. You will see how some executives succeeded where others failed and take advantage of those lessons of success to create your own.

Why do some genius-level leaders seem to drain intelligence and performance out of the people around them, while others stimulate, motivate, and get so much more out of their work associates? The second part of this course uses Liz Wiseman’s book to label the former group, people who need to be the smartest person in the room, as diminishers, while the latter are multipliers, people who use their smarts to stimulate and enhance the creativity of the group. This section of the course identifies what is considered the five most important disciplines that help managers to think and act more like multipliers, bringing people together, and giving others on the team more freedom, power, and responsibility, which ultimately generates self-worth and satisfaction. 

The third part of this Leadership & Goal Attainment course will help you with setting and achieving your goals. While it can be difficult to set truly meaningful and motivational goals, it is one of the most essential steps to business success. Even more importantly, setting, working toward and achieving measurable goals is how we all grow personally while contributing to organizational success.

Prerequisite: None

 

** Course Subject to Change.

Dining Room & Banquet Management

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Define principles for dining service, sanitation, and presentation
  • Identify guidelines and various styles of serving
  • Recall training and managing needs of service personnel
  • Identify the steps for managing the dining experience for guests
  • List the principles for banquet business management

Business Management

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Recognize the history of management, managerial roles, and organizational environments and responsibilities
  • Recall various planning and organizational strategies
  • List methods for how to incorporate innovation and build strategies for global management
  • Recall methods of communication, working in groups and stages of leadership
  • List ways to manage information, services, and operations

Leadership & Goal Attainment

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • List the strategies for becoming a multiplier
  • Identify the types of leaders and the effects they have on the workforce
  • Recall the steps involved in creating an enjoyable and effective workplace
  • Recognize the process for effectively setting and achieving goals
  • Recall the core elements of relationship leadership 

Dining Room & Banquet Management

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 1
Principles of Remarkable Service

  • Hospitality
  • Service
  • Combining Hospitality and Service Skills
  • Personal Qualities of a Server
  • Styles of Service
  • History of Table Service
  • Dining Room Brigade
  • House Style
  • Restaurant Types

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 2
Preparing and Maintaining the Dining Room

  • Cleanliness
  • Preparing Serviceware
  • Food Safety
  • Personal Safety
  • Fire Safety
  • Arranging Tables and Chairs
  • Preparing Wares for Service
  • Setting the Table
  • Ambience
  • Personal Mise en Place

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 3
Reservations, Waiting Lists and Serving Guests

  • When Reservations Might Be Necessary
  • Special Requests
  • Waiting Lists
  • Soft Skills
  • Steps of Service
  • Table Maintenance
  • Check Presentation and Payment
  • Resetting the Table
  • Handling Complaints

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 4
Beverage and Wine Service

  • Water
  • Cocktails
  • Spirits 101
  • Beer
  • Responsible Beverage Service
  • Coffee and Tea
  • Styles of Wine
  • Wine Labels
  • The Wine Menu
  • Taking the Wine Order

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 5
Banquet Service and Remarkable Interactions

  • Banquets and Special Events
  • Arranging the Room and Tables
  • Bar Service for Banquets
  • Styles of Banquet Service
  • Why Focus on the Guest?
  • Creating a Service-Oriented Organizational Culture
  • Training
  • Motivating
  • Leading

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 6
Planning for Banquets

  • Earliest Banquets: Greeks and Romans
  • Banquets in Medieval and Renaissance Europe
  • Banquets in the 1700s and 1800s
  • Banquets in the Victorian and Edwardian Eras
  • Today’s Banquets
  • Creating a Timeline and List of Priorities
  • Rental vs. Ownership
  • Tents, Bars, Tables and Chairs
  • Serviceware
  • Tableware

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 7
Service Styles and Techniques for Banquets

  • Tabletop and Service Items  for Seated Service
  • Setting the Banquet Cover
  • Setting Buffet Tables
  • Pantry
  • Staging/Plating Area
  • Dish and Linen Drop-off
  • Styles of Service
  • Carrying Plates
  • Serving from Platters and Trays

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 8
Service for Banquets

  • Guests’ Arrival
  • Reception or Cocktail Hour
  • Coordinating Seated Service and Buffet
  • Sequence of Service
  • Table Maintenance
  • Theme Buffets
  • Weddings
  • Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
  • Business Lunch
  • Fundraising Dinner

Dining Room & Banquet Management Module 9
Beverages and Special Events

  • Water and Hot Beverage Service
  • Beer and Wine
  • Types of Bars
  • Bar Service
  • Emergency Kit
  • Issues with Rented Items
  • Flipping the Room
  • Managing Ancillaries
  • Guest Issues and Comfort

**Outlines are subject to change, as courses and materials are updated.**

Business Management

Business Management Module 1
History of Management  

  • Management Functions
  • Managerial Roles
  • Kinds of Managers
  • Mistakes Managers Make
  • Origins of Management
  • Scientific Management
  • Bureaucratic and Administrative Management
  • Human Relations Management

Business Management Module 2
Organizational Environments and Responsibilities  

  • Changing Environments
  • General Environment
  • Specific Environment
  • Organizational Cultures
  • Workplace Deviance
  • Influences on Ethical Decision Making
  • To Whom Are Organizations Socially Responsible?
  • Social Responsibility and Economic Performance 

Business Management Module 3
Planning and Organizational Strategy

  • Benefits and Pitfalls of Planning
  • How to Make a Plan That Works
  • Steps and Limits to Rational Decision Making
  • Sustainable Competitive Advantage
  • Strategy-Making Process
  • Corporate & Industry Level Strategies
  • Firm-Level Strategies

Business Management Module 4
Innovation and Global Management  

  • Why Innovation Matters
  • Managing Innovation
  • Managing Change
  • Global Business, Trade Rules, and Trade Agreements
  • Forms for Global Business
  • Finding the Best Business Climate
  • Becoming Aware of Cultural Differences

Business Management Module 5
Designing Adaptive Organizations and Managing Teams

  • Departmentalization
  • Organizational Authority
  • Job Design
  • Interorganizational & Interorganizational Processes
  • The Good & Bad of Using Teams
  • Kinds of Teams
  • Work Team Characteristics
  • Enhancing Work Team Effectiveness

Business Management Module 6
Human Resource Systems, Individuals and Diverse Workforce

  • Employment Legislation
  • Recruiting
  • Selecting
  • Training
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Compensation & Employee Separation
  • Surface-Level Diversity
  • Deep-Level Diversity
  • Managing Diversity

Business Management Module 7
Motivation and Leadership

  • Basics of Motivation
  • Equity Theory
  • Expectancy, Reinforcement, & Goal-Setting Theories
  • Leaders Vs. Managers
  • Who Leaders Are and What Leaders Do
  • Path-Goal Theory
  • Normative Decision Theory
  • Visionary Leadership

Business Management Module 8
Managing Communication and Control

  • Perception and Communication Problems
  • Kinds of Communication
  • Managing One-on-One Communication
  • Managing Organization Wide Communication
  • The Control Process
  • Control Methods
  • What to Control?

Business Management Module 9
Managing Information, Service, and Operations

  • Strategic Importance of Information
  • Characteristics and Costs of Useful Information
  • Capturing, Processing, and Protecting Information
  • Accessing and Sharing Information and Knowledge
  • Productivity
  • Quality
  • Service Operations
  • Manufacturing Operations
  • Inventory
     

**Outlines are subject to change, as courses and materials are updated.**

Leadership & Goal Attainment

Leadership & Goal Attainment Module 1
Relational Leadership

  • Overview of the Relational Model
  • Comparing Leadership Styles
  • Enhancing Your Personal Leadership
  • Exploring and Assessing the Basic Framework
  • Assessment, Compromise, and Focus as Leadership Traits
  • In-Depth View of the Relational Leadership Model
  • Understanding the Core Elements
  • Key Components of a Relational Organization
  • Shifting from Non-Relational to Relational Leadership
  • Adopting a New Style for Dealing with People
  • The Critical Role as Leader
  • Preserving the Organization’s Environment

Leadership & Goal Attainment Module 2
Developing as a Leader

  • Apply Discipline
  • Execute Winning Activities
  • Avoid Shortcuts
  • Manage Risk
  • The Power of Leadership
  • Building on Strengths
  • Applying Your Self-Knowledge
  • Creating a Great Place to Work
  • The Building Blocks of Trust
  • Make Stress a Positive Force
  • The Value of Relationalism
  • Community Leadership
  • The Relational Leader at Home

Leadership & Goal Attainment Module 3
Multiplier versus Diminishers

  • The Multiplier Effect
  • Resource Leveraging
  • The High Cost of Diminishers
  • The Mind of the Multiplier
  • The Five Disciplines of the Multiplier
  • The Talent Magnet
  • Four Practices of the Talent Magnet
  • The Diminishers’ Approach
  • The Liberator
  • Tyrant versus Liberator
  • Three Practices of the Liberator
  • The Challenger
  • The Know-it-All versus the Challenger

Leadership & Goal Attainment Module 4
Becoming a Multiplier

  • The Debate Maker
  • Practices of the Debate Maker
  • Debate Making as Resource Leverage
  • The Investor
  • The Micromanager versus the Investor
  • The Diminishers’ Approach to Execution
  • Leveraging Your Investment
  • Becoming a Multiplier
  • From Resonance to Resolve
  • The Accelerators
  • Sustaining Momentum
  • Genius or Genius Maker

Leadership & Goal Attainment Module 5
Goals and Goal Setting

  • What is a Goal?
  • Goals & Objectives Pyramids
  • Who Sets Goals?
  • The Goal Setting Process
  • Adopt & Adapt the Goal
  • Identifying and Documenting Goals
  • Writing S.M.A.R.T. Goals
  • Goal Development and Planning
  • Action Plans
  • Obstacles to Goal Attainment
  • Goal Achievement
  • Taking Action

**Outlines are subject to change, as courses and materials are updated.**

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Hardware Requirements

  • Processor - 2GHz Processor or Higher
  • Memory - 1 GB RAM Minimum Recommended

While our courses are accessible through multiple mobile learning platforms, some courses may include a CD or DVD with the Textbook, so you may need access to a computer with CD-ROM or DVD Drive.

 

PC Software Requirements

  • Operating Systems - Windows 7 or higher
  • Microsoft Office 2007 or higher. Also, you could use a general Word Processing application to save and open Microsoft Office formats (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)
  • Internet Browsers - Google Chrome is highly recommended
    • Cookies MUST be enabled
    • Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)
  • Kindle Reader App is needed for many of our courses (No special equipment needed. This can be downloaded for FREE onto your computer.)
  • PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • QuickTime, Windows Media Player &/or Real Player

 

MAC Software Requirements

  • Operating Systems - Mac OS x 10 or higher with Windows
  • Mac office programs or a Word Processing application to save and open Microsoft Office formats (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx)
  • Internet Browsers- Google Chrome is highly recommended
    • Cookies MUST be enabled
    • Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)
  • Kindle Reader App is needed for many of our courses (No special equipment needed. This can be downloaded for FREE onto your computer.)
  • PowerPoint Viewer (if you do not have PowerPoint)
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • Apple QuickTime Media Player
  • Courses that include a CD-ROM or DVD may require an external drive and Parallels software to view.