AFC Enterprises CEO Cheryl Bachelder Addresses Leadership Legacy at Women’s Foodservice Forum Executive Summit

  AFC Enterprises CEO Cheryl Bachelder Addresses Leadership Legacy at Women’s
  Foodservice Forum Executive Summit

Business Wire

DALLAS -- July 30, 2013

AFC Enterprises, parent company of Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen, Chief Executive
Officer Cheryl Bachelder addressed hundreds of executives at the Women’s
Foodservice Forum (WFF) 11^th Annual Executive Summit. Bachelder’s
presentation, The Legacy of Your Leadership, addressed different leadership
styles and expressed the benefits of a service-oriented approach.

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“The research is staggering,” said Bachelder. “Most employees say they would
rather have a new boss than receive a pay raise. This hurts productivity,
performance and people. We can do better and we must.”

Bachelder explained that leadership models built around power and achievement
have been valued and celebrated in our culture. However, too often, these
models benefit the individual leaders. Bachelder pointed to a third model,
service, which is about pursuing a win with high integrity for the people and
for the enterprise. Bachelder said the most important question executives can
ask themselves is: are people better off because of your leadership?

Bachelder has more than 30 years of experience in brand building, operations
and public-company management. In 2012, Bachelder was recognized as Leader of
the Year by WFF and received the highest industry award, the Silver Plate, for
the quick service restaurant sector, presented by the International Food
Manufacturer's Association.

Based in Dallas, the Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF) is the industry’s premier
leadership development organizations with more than 20 years of experience
advancing women in the foodservice industry. WFF has more than 3500 active
members, 200+ partner companies and annually engage more than 20,000
foodservice industry leaders via their robust programs and leadership
development platforms. To learn more about WFF, visit www.wff.org.

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