Reminds me of when I first started work at the The Dorcehster, Park Lane, London. Training courses consistently emphasised the need to remember peoples names and to use their name when addressing them. Forget this advice at your peril.
Have a fabulous week.
Thanks for the comment and your continued contribution Chris I really appreciate it. And yes ignore this advice at your own peril, acknowledge it and practice it and you will see great results!
Thanks Jose’. As someone who works in the restaurant industry, I agree…but in life too as you said. It is a gift you pass you others. It tells them ‘you are valued’. Have a great day!
Absolutely! Knowing someone’s name tells them you are valued here.
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