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That theory is changing somewhat as more bars and clubs look for improved communication and problem-solving skills in security personnel. An effective door supervisor can help you head off incidents before they become big problems. A good door supervisor has
Effective communication skills
This idea may be new to some people who have been in the bar business for a while, but the ability to talk to customers, including those who are intoxicated or potentially violent, is the best first step in avoiding a fight or other incident.
A quick wit
It may seem strange, but having a sense of humour can help diffuse tense situations. Although you don’t want someone who is extremely sarcastic and will alienate patrons or cause a situation to escalate, someone with quick one-liners can often keep things on an even keel.
The ability to make appropriate decisions
Throwing someone out of the bar is not always the answer. A good door supervisor needs to have other tools in his/her repertoire. Ask the potential door supervisor about how he/she handled difficult situations in the past.