12/27/2013

Hoteliers should train staff to be able to change their body language and tone of voice to put guests at ease, writes Larry Mogelonsky, founder and president of LMA Communications. For example, an employee's response to an anxious guest should be different from his or her tone when interacting with an energetic one, Mogelonsky writes.

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