Founded in 2020, International Nepalese Chefs Society is the foremost advocate for the action to make Nepalese chefs community stronger and better future worldwide. We are the only charity in the Uk to building support for Nepalese Chefs worldwide.
We believe that strong, crediable and effective foundation is essential if we are to build a safer, fairer and sustainable community.
Our all level of Nepalese Chefs are the key to INCS- success.
All young professionals, the dedicated members, individual donors, all that we achieve is accomplished through the people who share our values.
Become an individual member of International Nepalese Chefs Society and join the leading Nepalese chefs movement in support of a strong, credible, and effective Nepalese chefs communities worldwide.
Wherever you live, you are welcome to join INCS and receive our e-communications, but we will not able to send you any materials by post unless it is necessary.
It’s all about getting out there (both on and offline), meeting people who work in your profession or your industry, and building a
relationship with them. The goal of networking is to create a professional network. That means a group of professional contacts you know well enough to call in a favour from and for whom you wouldn’t object doing a favour.
It’s as simple as that. Five reasons :
So, keep connecting -INCS family.
Joining a INCS-professional networking is unlikely to be among your top priorities. Which professional, after all, has the time for more meetings and activities after spending a whole day long hour working schedule on them ? But thinking this way may cause you to miss the various benefits a professional networking connection or membership can get you.
Whether you join a national-level organisation, an industry-specific body, or a professional focus group like us or small business owners, you can make valuable professional contacts and get access to a wealth of information.
There’s no uniform constitution that defines a professional organisation networking. Many professional associations dedicate themselves to the interest of the members. Others could be societies that purely function to standardise, unify, monitor quality, promote research, further education, along with updating the skills of practicing professionals.
While each organisation has its own advantages, Nepalese chefs abroad has these 3 common benefits:
The hotel industry goes through a continuous changing process, be it in terms of technology, procedures and policies, and employees as well. The industry retains employees that contribute their best. The industry also need to have employees who are dynamic and full of fresh ideas. Sometimes, age doesn’t matter when it comes to experience, knowledge, skill-sets, wisdom, ideas, and emotions. A situation comes in our work life when we end up reporting to a boss who’s younger than us, because the organisations wants best results and these can be achieved when the best people regardless of what age group they belong to work together respecting their abilities.
This should also not make any difference in our efficiency and efficacy towards the industry.
The experience and wisdom that comes along with the senior employees is of vital importance. The managerial positions might be filled with younger people; however it’s important to have people from different generations in an organisation to achieve the goals and survive in the long-run.
There are generation gaps and differences in the workplace that work as a major challenge and an obstacle. The secret, however, to make this situation work is respecting each other and be flexible towards each other’s approach, leaving the usual stereotypes behind. Age is just a number, and no one can stop you from working or growing if you accept and adapt changes with grace and positivity.
“AGE IS NOT HOW OLD YOU ARE BUT HOW OLD YOU FEEL.”
Getting a younger boss in your old organisation can be possible as well because the younger people are full of ideas, digitally savvy, flexible, and move up the corporate ladder with a faster pace.
However, with the changing needs and demographics of the work environment it’s better to accept gracefully that they’re your boss for a reason, make yourself flexible to learn new things and be true and honest towards your work. Communication has a key role to play.
This will make both the young employer and older subordinate understand each other’s mind set and create coercive and healthy work environment. With this, it’s also necessary that the older employees keep their ego aside and respect their new bosses who come with a lot of expectations and huge responsibility in the new organisation, further helping them by providing mentored assistance to contribute towards the achievement of the industrial goal together as a team.