You arrive at The Commons for your event host shift. The client is set to arrive at 4 p.m, what does your next hour look like?
The client has arrived and want the entire room lay-out changed. You are the only person onsite and don't feel there is enough time to flip the room for doors opening at 5 p.m. How do you approach the client and what solution would you propose?
The Catering company was supposed to be onsite for 4:30 p.m. and they have not yet arrived. The client is very anxious, but also busy greeting his/her guests. What do you do?
You notice a few guests have had a bit too much to drink. They are still behaving in a respectable manner at this point, but you see that they are continuing to order more drinks. How do you approach this situation?
The guests from before are now extremely intoxicated and being belligerent to the catering and bar staff. What do you do?
The front door bursts open and a monkey on a unicorn rides into the middle of the event . . . just kidding this (shouldn't) ever happen! But curious . . . what would you do?
If you had to pick one word to describe yourself, what would it be?