Title:  Masterclass in how to Lead a Prosperous Hotel Kitchen Team

New Opportunity for Executive/Head Chefs



Monday, 20th November



Carton House, Co Kildare



10am to 4pm in person



Do you want a more highly motivated Kitchen Team who stay longer and contribute more?

Do you want to learn more about how you can support your team to work at their collective best?

This innovative Masterclass, facilitated by the Global Team Coach expert David Clutterbuck and Una Crilly, Hospitality Leadership Consultant, has been designed for Chef Leaders (Executive/ Head Chefs, who are leading the kitchen team) from the wide network of Hotels in Ireland. At this in-person event, you will learn about the most cutting edge leadership tools and techniques to support Chefs to build a prosperous kitchen workplace, attract and keep the best people, and to build high performing teams.

Participants will learn how to have more productive meetings, create psychological safety, and enable your people to really be at their best, grow and innovate. This will be an interactive session with break out activities and Q&A with industry experts. Time to take a break from the kitchen, come to this exciting event, be open to reflect, learn new strategies and have fun!


About the Facilitators:

Prof. David Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck is a global expert on team coaching and mentoring. He has great experience working with businesses across the world to help leaders build high performing teams that thrive in high pressure, dynamic work environments. David has a great sense of humour, loves to create a fun learning environment and has a great love of Irish Hospitality. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to meet a Global Team Coaching expert and build your prosperous kitchen workplace for future generations.


Una Crilly, Hospitality Leadership Consultant



Members €150 pp
Non Members €195 pp


Course Numbers:

Please note:  Numbers are limited, with a maximum of one Chef Leader per hotel and maximum of 6 per hotel group.



Book online below.

For more information, email Dervla O’Neill at oneilld@ihf.ie  or call 086 083 6626 for more information