Trust. Who do you trust? Who’s broken your trust?
Years ago, a group of us sat down to document Monscierge’s core values. One of the critical values is trust. We build trusted connections.
It would be easy to make promises and never deliver, but we choose trust instead. We’re often on a first-name basis with many of our customers, and in survey’s our team members are often mentioned by name for their outstanding work.
Building trust is hard; it’s a daily commitment and earned over time. For us, it starts at the beginning. We’re a business, but our goal is to improve the experience at hotels and vacation rentals worldwide. Sometimes, the fit isn’t right. Whereas other companies would press forward just for the money, in our view, it takes trust to understand the needs of our customers and prospective customers.
The trusted connections that we build are paramount. When staff members move to another property frequently, one of the first activities is getting Monscierge at their new property. We’ve also seen a massive influx of vacation rental owners who want it in their property after experiencing our technology at another property.
But building trust is easier said than done. We get new customers daily but have many customers who have been with us for over nine years. These are clear signs of the trust and relationship that we’ve built over the years. Our relationships haven’t formed overnight, but we’re always working and building and happy to be on the journey.
The business world can be gross—full of sharks and dangers around every corner. But business doesn’t have to be cutthroat. It can also be civil and work to engender the trust that everyone needs to be successful.
This article is the first part of a multi-part series detailing Monscierge’s Core Values and how we live these every day.