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... the public. Robert definitely had to have interpersonal skill in order to work effectively as a team member and leader. Managing a restaurant is a challenging responsibility. Whether it is dealing with ethical problems on the job with workers, or having to deal with a turnover, a manger always has to have a strong mindset like a leader does. The interview I had with Robert has given me a better observation of how mangers are important leaders in all kinds of communities. I personally want to one day become a manger and I believe Robert’s information of being a manger is valuable. After speaking with Robert I thanked him for taking the time to explain the questions I asked him from the textbook and I believe that these questions can help anyone interested in a management position at any business whether it is a restaurant business or another kind of establishment.
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