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Chambermaid’s Knowledge and Work Styles

Some people may degrade the job of housekeeping cleaner or a maid, but they have several skills that not many people can do. First, they have the knowledge for Public Safety and Security. This is very specific, even if most of them are female, they have respective knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local, state, or national security operations. Therefore, they can help protect people, data, property, and institutions.

Moreover, Administration and Management is also their forte. These principles involve strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and people’s coordination and resources. Of course, one can’t leave Education and Training knowledge behind. This principles and methods include the curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for people and the evaluation of the training’s result. Last but not the least is the knowledge of Transportation. This includes the principles and methods for moving people or goods by air, rail, sea, or road. This also involves the relative costs and benefits.

Chambermaid Work Styles

First is Dependability and Stress Tolerance. These require being reliable, responsible, and dependable in fulfilling obligations. Accepting criticism and dealing with high-stress situations, calmly and effective is a must.

Second is Self Control and Integrity. These require maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check, controlling anger, and avoiding aggressive behavior, even in very difficult situations. As for the latter, being honest and ethical is a must especially when it comes to money.

Third, is Attention to Detail and Concern for others. – These require being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks. In line with this, being sensitive and understanding to others’ needs and feelings are also helpful on the job.

Fourth is Cooperation and Adaptability. These require being pleasant with others on the job and displaying a good-natured, cooperative attitude. Also, being open to change, whether it’s positive or negative is a considerable move in the workplace.

Fifth and last is Leadership, which requires a willingness to lead, take charge, and offer opinions and direction. Furthermore, this answers the question that being a Chambermaid is not an easy task to do.

How to be an Effective Chambermaid

A Chambermaid career falls under a broader category of Housekeeping Cleaners and Maids. The details that we are about to impart will apply to the said category but does not specifically apply to this job title.

The Job description for Maids and Housekeeping cleaners are as follows: A maid or a housekeeping cleaner regularly performs light cleaning duties to maintain order in commercial establishments such as hospitals, hotels, or private households.

On the other hand, several skills are required to pursue this type of career.  See the list below:

First, one must be Service Oriented. He or she must look for ways to constantly help people. An initiative is important to immediately respond to whatever is the customer’s need. Second is being Well-coordinated. A chambermaid must have the ability to adjust to one’s action.

Third, is being an Active Listener. To give a full attention to one’s suggestions or advice is a rare ability. One must take time to understand the main points, especially the questions being asked without any interruptions.  This skill should be partnered with the ability to “Speak.” Therefore, a person can effectively share information and details as to what is needed.  With that said it essential to be an effective speaker and listener.

Fourth is the ability to evaluate. One must know how to assess their self and strive to be better. Moreover, aside from the self is the other aspects where they can immediately take the corrective action.

Fifth is the Social Perceptiveness where one should be aware of others’ reactions and understanding, why they react as they do. Sixth, the most important one is Time Management. This is a skill to manage an individual’s personal time and others.

Lasts but not least are Critical Thinking and Reading Comprehension. Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents are, of course, a must.