The tenets of excellent customer service are central to any organization that creates or delivers products or services In fact, excellent customer service is a bigger differentiator today than it was twenty years ago. Customers are hungry for good service; they are hungry to establish long-term relationships with those who provide not only a one-time solution but serve as a long-term resource. There is a problem, however. Organizations and the people who work within them have difficulty implementing the principles of customer service. The vast majority of books and training materials on customer service teach the concepts, but do not provide the tools to implement them. In Building a Customer Service Culture, we take you on an enjoyable journey where you will learn about the foundational principles of customer service and acquire the tools to implement those principles. These application tools will help make you more successful in your job and simultaneously contribute to an enhanced service culture in your organization. In the pages that follow, we blend classic knowledge with new information to create valuable insights about how to make customer service a sustainable competitive advantage in your job and for your organization.The blank lines that you filled in are the details of how you define bad customer service, given your perceptions, your expectations, and ... Employees with strong people skills are better able to assess customers and avoid the dangers of projecting such customer ... Every person, regardless of prior job experience, personal background, or personality can learn how to deliver excellent customer service.
|Title||:||Building a Customer Service Culture|
|Author||:||Mario Martinez, Bob Hobbi|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2008|