Excellent Customer Service
Providing superior customer service is not optional. Superior customer service is the key to remaining profitable in an increasingly service-oriented and competitive business climate. Good customer service is not slogans nor campaigns nor television advertisement. It is the result of focused and intense attention to a few basic principles and the strategic and tactical implementation of these principles throughout an organization. Customer service is as important to the small business as it is to the large ones.
• Identify both excellent and poor customer service
• Identify ways to improve customer service in your own work
• Identify ways to improve customer service in your own work units/
• Demonstrate how to put effective customer-service skills to work to
solve a customer's problem
• Workshop introduction/expectations
• What is good customer service?
• Your job and customer satisfaction
• Treating customers like people
• Building customer-service skills
• Application on the job
• Next steps and action planning
• All employees. Class size maximum 24 participants.
• One full workday, with two 15-minute breaks and 1 hour for lunch.