Productively engage owners, management companies, additionally designated franchisee representatives, on site management, and internal Choice stakeholders during the onboarding process.

More Uses of the Franchising Toolkit:

  • Coordinate: monitor team performance to ensure quality, service, and cleanliness standards are met at all times.
  • Achieve the status of being a trusted advisor to franchisee owners and property level management teams.
  • Be accountable for performing various tasks to manage and maintain the facility, equipment, cleanliness, safety and a successful sales staff.
  • Audit: implement all current and future training content at new restaurant openings, occasionally acting as the lead coordinator of onsite training during new restaurant openings.
  • Warrant that your organization assess customers business needs and challenges; schedule calls and product demos to build ROI business cases to drive new logo deals or upsell opportunities.
  • Confirm your organization creates periodic action plans to improve efficiency, productivity, and financial performance.
  • Create, revise, and monitor new hire onboarding training for new brand partners and corporate location managers.
  • Use effective learning theories and principles and creativity to create engagement for all training sessions.
  • Ensure your organization has established itself as an industry leader by introducing innovative technology, offering low rates and delivering unparalleled customer service.
  • Initiate: continuously develop a knowledge base of your product and pricing; stay abreast on industry and market trends and opportunities; and understand who your competitors are.
  • Evaluate: sort payroll and mail checks to organization stores, and distribute checks to corporate employees.
  • Confirm your organization process hours provided by organization stores, distribution center and corporate hourly employees.
  • Receive on going, comprehensive training and become an expert on home loan products and the mortgage process.
  • Head: conflict management use interpersonal skills to confront tough issues and resolve disagreements constructively.
  • Set up stocking area, restock and prepare stocking area at closing for startup the next day.
  • Coordinate: review reporting and perform analysis (internal and external reports) regularly to ensure optimal organic search performance.
  • Ensure the safety and security of team and guests through a focus on preventative maintenance and cleanliness.
  • Manage work with restaurant manager to assess restaurant, develop action plans to target opportunities, and implement plans designed to achieve goals.
  • Deploy team members appropriately to meet guests needs and service standards throughout shift.
  • Construct data visualization to articulate performance and communicate insights internally.
  • Ensure you build and nurture favorable business relationships with peers, brand partners, corporate store team members and vendors to promote a cooperative harmonious working environment.
  • Be certain that your organization takes prompt action to resolve problems or barriers and suggests alternative solutions or actions when necessary.
  • Establish that your organization evaluates department operating and reporting processes for continual process improvement opportunities.
  • Manage work with team members to identify and execute digital opportunities for clients and your organization.
  • Govern: monitor team performance to ensure quality, service, and cleanliness standards are met throughout shift.


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