July/August 2024

Stepping Up and Stepping Out of One’s Comfort Zone

Staying in your comfort zone, regardless of the safety and predictability it offers, never gives you room for the innovation and growth you need, whether personally or professionally. Whether you’re taking on a new position or trying something new on the menu, getting away from what’s comfortable and challenging yourself could be one of the best choices you make in this new school year ahead, as we explore in this latest issue. Log into your SNA account and take a look at our coverage found in the July/August 2024 edition of School Nutrition. Here’s what you’ll find:

  • Best Food Forward: Introducing Shannon Gleave: SNA’s new President shares her background and her vision for the association in the year ahead, including words of encouragement for anyone who thinks they can’t get outside their comfort zone.
  • A Continual Learning Curve: Being a foodservice director isn’t something you figure out completely after a year on the job, and these directors have advice for anyone stepping into the role.
  • What’s Your Communication Style: When you understand how you communicate, it sets you up to be able to put together your own personal user manual you can use at work and establish yourself as a self-aware professional.
  • Food Focus: Good Morning, World: You don’t have to limit breakfast to the typical options when there are so many tasty and nutritious options from global cultures that will make this important meal much more exciting.
Cover of SN Magazine's July/August 2024 issue

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