7 Trainer’s Tips for Hotel Reservations Sales Success
August 14, 2017 9:04am
By Doug Kennedy
If you’re like most hotel managers, chances are you are highly focused on securing more direct bookings and thus reducing the costs of customer acquisition. If so, here are some train-the-trainer style tips for providing your reservations and/or front desk colleagues with the skills they need to covert today’s over-informed, channel surfing callers. You can use these at your next departmental meeting or during one-on-one coaching sessions.
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Doug Kennedy is President of the Kennedy Training Network, Inc. a leading provider of hotel sales, guest service, reservations, and front desk training programs and telephone mystery shopping services for the lodging and hospitality industry. Doug continues to be a fixture on the industry’s conference circuit for hotel companies, brands and associations, as he been for over two decades. Since 1996, Doug’s monthly training articles have been published worldwide, making him one of the most widely read hospitality industry authorities. Visit KTN at www.kennedytrainingnetwork.com or email him directly firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug is the author of “So You REALLY Like Working With People? - Five Principles for Hospitality Excellence.”
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