Acknowledge Their Strengths
If there is something your room attendants are particularly good at, be sure to let them know! This simple gesture lets them know you appreciate what they do for the hotel, and will motivate them to continue to keep up the good work. It also makes them aware you are paying attention to their work, which might motivate them to tighten up in certain areas that they know they may need to improve upon.
Lead by Example
Energy is contagious. If you are motivated and excited for the success of your hotel, your employees will feed off of this. Similarly, if you are disengaged and unmotivated, there’s a good chance your staff will eventually carry the same sentiment. Bottom line, be conscious of the example you are setting for your employees. And while this may seem obvious, it’s worth addressing as it is an often forgotten principle yet one of the most important to apply.
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