Managing the Client's Luggage
You are traveling with your client on a cross-country flight for a conference where your client is the keynote speaker. On arrival at the hotel, it is discovered that one of the client’s bags is missing. Which bag was it? What kind of bag was it? What was in it? When was it last accounted for? Where is it now? How do we get it back?
Let’s back up a second. Traveling with the client and his entourage often means you are also responsible for securing, transporting and delivering their luggage to the final destination. A client arriving separately from their luggage can mean disaster. As with previous lessons in this series, the process of managing the client’s luggage may seem mundane. But as we take a deeper look at the details we understand how being prepared and implementing some simple but effective methods can save time and ultimately help avert disaster.
In this lesson, Christian West discusses a variety systems and strategies along with some simple tools he has developed over decades traveling the world protecting private clients.
- Creating a luggage manifest
- Color coding with tape/tags
- Processes for tracking and securing luggage from theresidence, to the vehicle, to the aircraft to the hotel…
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