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Engage Every Customer...One Touchpoint at a Time               The Double-Platinum Rule

Guest Problem Resolution 101: Power of the Follow-Up          The Greatest Bellman I Ever Met

5-Stars vs. 4-Stars: What's the Difference?                             The Greatest Nurse I Ever Met


 

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  • Engaging Service Part 2: It’s all about the culture

    It’s been said that one bad apple can spoil the bunch. Well what if the entire apple tree was bad to begin with? Let’s pretend that the “apple tree” is a company’s culture, and the “apples” are the workforce. Most times, it is the company’s culture that will dictate how the workforce performs. Even if the culture isn’t displayed on catchy mottos or mission statements, you can bet that it exists. I’ve worked with companies ...

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  • Service Excellence: A Destination or a Journey?

    Appreciate where you are, but imagine where you could be. That is the mantra of continuous improvement. World-class hotels, restaurants, and spas are never content with the status-quo. Good is not good enough. They believe that running an exceptional operation is like studying for a 100% on a test; they will prepare for 100% accuracy, but if they get a few wrong, they may still get an A…which is far better than a C. Dissatisfaction ...

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  • Service, It’s not about what YOU want to give

    Webster’s Dictionary defines service as “work done for others”. Yet, it is interesting to find so many businesses in the hospitality industry doing the exact opposite. Many incorrectly believe that service is about the great product or idea that everyone must want. I mean, why wouldn’t a customer want to have an in-depth conversation at 6AM in a taxicab? Why wouldn’t the non-Turkish customer want to listen to loud Turkish music during a shuttle ride? ...

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