Frank Reyes is a Manila boy, an engineer, a foodie, a self-taught chef, a wide reader, a market pulser, a keen observer of Manila food trends, an enthusiast for global cuisines, a believer in classic culinary techniques. Frank Reyes values simplicity with quality, practicality, discipline, rigor, thoroughness, innovation, being down-to-earth, putting great attention to details, and having the personal touch in everything.
The ten (10) company values are derived from the Founder Frank Reyes’ personal values.
BOOKS TO LIVE BY
The RBnian culture is based on the principles of these 5 books which are required reading for every RBnian leader.
Good to Great by Jim Collins
“Good Is the Enemy of Great.”
Setting the table by Daniel Meyer
“Constant, gentle pressure is my preferred technique for leadership, guidance, and coaching.”
Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl
“Our greatest freedom is the freedom to choose our attitude.”
Rubies in the Orchard by Lynda Resnick
“Any entrepreneur worth their salt knows that their brand is worthless if it doesn’t somehow contribute to society or the overall good of the planet.”
Many companies like to say that “We are a family.” What they mean is that “our organization treats each one like he or she is part of one big happy family.” This is a good practice and has worked in many organizations. But we in Reyes Barbecue think of our organization in another way.
Here at Reyes Barbecue we say : “We are a University.