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Multiunit Leadership: The 7 Stages of Becoming a High-Performing Franchisee, Area Manager or Executive has just topped 200,000 copies in sales (3rd Edition) !
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Multiunit Leadership is chockablock-full of over 200 creative strategies, tactics, and best practices centered around building profits in multiunit operations. Used by companies including McDonald's, Starbucks, Panera Bread, Marriott, Wendy's, KFC, Target, Chipotle, 5 Guys, Chick-Fil-A, TGI Friday's, Buffalo Wild Wings, Pizza Hut, Applebee's, and Chili's, this 304 page book is the operating bible of more than 200 brands for their multiunit operations. Only $24.95 each with deep discounts for multiple purchases. 

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Who are the superstars, average stars and falling stars on your team?Who is truly contributing and who is not? Sales reports, mystery shops, customer service scores and turnover figures can reveal a lot, so use them. But one of the best tools you can... read more
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MultiUnit Leadership-in-a-Box is an off-the-shelf ready-to-use and customizable leadership training and development course. It shows multi-unit managers and franchisees how to successfully operate multiunit operations across varying regions and markets. Your trainers facilitate the workshop in live sessions in either daylong, weeklong or month-long formats. Includes step by step illustrated instructions and truly ready to go right out of the box. 

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