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About The Episode
Why would NFL quarterback AJ McCarron leave the security of the Cincinnati Bengals? Rocky aptly identifies how Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs shows us the varying levels of need an employer should meet to better serve a team. Destefano implores business leaders to understand that not only do employees crave security in an environment where their basic needs are met, but they yearn to live up to their highest potential and add value to their business
Rocky Destefano has been a server since his early days of working behind the counter at a Chick-fil-a store in South Florida.
Today he has a successful restaurant of his own. Rocky is called upon by the Chick-fil-a family to help in the development of staff and training around the country. Being a leader and a server himself, he likes to talk about leading yourself, a few, many, and an organization. Recently Rocky was selected for two local service awards: from the Cornerstone Hospice as Man of the Year and the Chamber of Commerce as Citizen of the Year in the Greater Orlando area.