- Make travel arrangements on their behalf – book their flights, and definitely book their hotels. After all, as a local, you are better familiar with the best places to stay.
- Make sure that staff know that you will have important visitors around – then they can ensure that they are best representing the company during that time period. That means not taking advantage of the dress code, keeping the office tidy, and informing themselves about the individuals visiting so they are prepared for conversation and meetings.
- Introduce visitors to all of your top executives – regardless of who the visitors are, or what company they are coming from, they will feel increasingly important if they meet your company’s top executives.
- Prepare their own visitor passes – if you are using a visitor management system, prepare special passes for your visiting guests in advance that feature their names, and identify them by company. It will be clear you’ve taken extra measures to grant them special access.
About the Author
Natalie Fort has been involved in Sales and Marketing for the past 25 years, with the recent 5 years focusing on Visitor Management, Contractor Management and Induction Management, initially assisting office, manufacturing and general business create more secure visitor management solutions removing illegible paper based solutions providing detailed evacuation reports for better compliance. Today we assist companies to manage employee and contractor compliance and evacuation management on single and multiple locations with customers in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United states, Canada and through the entire Asia Pacific.
This entry was posted in Corporate Events, Corporate Executive Visitors, office visitors, Owner Visits, visitor ID, Visitor Management, Visitor Policies, on 07/02/13 by Natalie Fort