18 Ridiculously Easy Notes to Communicate With Daycare Clients
Parents Taking Advantage?
Do you hate when parents take advantage of you? Do you feel like you are a pushover and need to get a backbone when dealing with clients? Are you a childcare provider, or daycare director, or someone wanting to get started in childcare? Or just someone who wants to know how to communicate better with your clients? You are probably a person who likes to be efficient with their time and not do any more work than is necessary — so you have more time to get everything else done. One thing we all have in common is that most of all we want positive, effective ways to deal with parents, don’t we?
Are You Frustrated? Well, today I’ve got a solution for the client confrontation/frustration. The frustration that probably occurs regularly in more businesses than just mine, lol.
I hate that feeling of being taken advantage of or not knowing how to effectively get clients to follow my policies. So I’ve put together a book of 18 short notes to parents — I call them my backbone, well the book is called the LITTLE BACKBONE BOOK (or LBB for short).
The notes in this book are created to make communications with parents a little lot easier. Mostly they consist of just short, straight-to-the-point notes that get your policies across. Many can be just copied and pasted into a quick email or text, as is. And yet they are GOOD, QUICK but effective confident communications that parents will respond to.
Created to make communications with parents a little lot easier! Now when I need to fill a parent in on a key policy, I have a prewritten note ready to go.
Here are a few of the topics covered in the book:
- Late Tuition Payments
- Abusing Drop-off/Pick-up Times
- Bringing Toys from Home
- Finicky Eaters
- Eating before arriving
- Parents not following policies
I love making things easier for providers! So that we can reduce some of the stress in our lives and be successful business owners at the same time. Whether it’s starting a childcare, or finding clients, or resources for running our business or dealing with difficult issues, I like to share ideas for streamlining it all — cuz life’s too short to try to not help each other. ; )