Entrepreneur+ Subscribers-Only Event | December 12: The 4 Things Holding You Back from Becoming a Great Leader Robert Irvine, renowned for his hit TV shows like Dinner: Impossible and Worst Cooks in America, is teaming up with Entrepreneur+ to provide exclusive content and a special Q&A for subscribers.

By Entrepreneur Staff

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On Tuesday, December 12th at 2 PM ET, meet world-class chef and entrepreneur Robert Irvine in our next Entrepreneur+ Subscriber-Only Event and learn how you can become a great leader and gain better insight into the things that used to hold you back.

Robert knows his way around the kitchen, but he also knows his way around how to put a team together. He understands the distinction between being in charge and being a true leader who can captivate attention and create a lasting impact. If you've wondered why your leadership style is flat, unmoving, or poorly received, then you'll want to check out this Q&A video for his best tips.

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Every month, we feature a special guest to help create actionable content for Entrepreneur+ subscribers. We set up events with today's most prevalent CEOs, entrepreneurs and celebrities — so that we can provide a productive, exclusive experience for our most dedicated readers and entrepreneurs worldwide.

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About the Speaker:

Robert Irvine is a world-class chef and entrepreneur, and a tireless philanthropic supporter of our nation's military. The host of Food Network's hit show Restaurant: Impossible, he has given struggling restaurateurs a second chance to turn their lives and businesses around in over 300 episodes across 22 seasons.

He would know a thing or two about running a successful business. In addition to his restaurants—Robert Irvine's Public House at the Tropicana in Las Vegas and Fresh Kitchen by Robert Irvine within the Pentagon—he is the owner of FitCrunch, whose protein bars, powders, and snacks are available nationwide.

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