Read the November 2017 Issue of School Nutrition Magazine

2017-11-09

Read SNA's November 2017 Issue of School Nutrition Magazine

What do great leaders, past SNA presidents, the SNA Future Leaders Program and servant leadership all have in common? They are all featured in the November 2017 edition of School Nutrition magazine! But you don’t have to be in a top leadership role, like a director or president, to appreciate this month’s issue—Onsite Insights lets school nutrition managers, assistant managers and employees take the lead on kitchen safety.

  • How to Build a Leader SNA leaders of the past and present make recommendations for building the leaders of our future.
  • Proceed, Lead, Succeed Adapted excerpts from SNA’s Future Leaders Program combine to remind you of the leader within.
  • Following to Lead Upend the typical top-down corporate structure with this popular, contemporary twist that puts the “boss” in the front lines.
    BONUS WEB CONTENT: Use this list of resources to further your knowledge and adapt your thinking style to a service-first leadership method.
  • National School Breakfast Week: 2018 Don’t blink! #NSBW18 is right around the corner—click here to read ideas and tips as well as to brush up on the theme: I <3 School Breakfast™

Also in this issue:
Get an industry insider’s take on leadership roles with this month’s My Leadership Journey. Don’t grit your teeth! Grin from ear to ear as you read November’s Food Focus. Share tables aren’t just to the benefit of your schools or your students—they’re To Your Credit!

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