A dynamic customer service training seminar that's a must-attend for everyone who communicates with customers
Train your staff to rise to a new level of service excellence
Today, keynote speakers are all focusing on the importance of customer service and satisfaction as the critical components of a successful business. Tom Peters, author of In Search of Excellence, calls it the "competitive edge."
Developed and presented by customer service experts, this seminar teaches ways to work easily with others and create a more pleasant environment. We've drawn from what is working in companies all across America. In this workshop, you'll learn ways to communicate keeping your composure under stress, and much more.
This customer service training will help you train yourself, your staff, and your organization not only to head off problems, but also to rise to a level of service excellence.
Learn how to …
Increase the return on your customer service dollars.
Make your customers feel important and appreciated.
Reduce stress and turnover in customer service jobs.
Become a master in the art of listening.
Say "no" and be firm without antagonism.
Set aside just one day for this informative course, and you can learn how to turn every customer into an ally, out service your competitors, eliminate negative situations, and overcome stress and burnout!
Who should attend?
Customer service representatives, sales professionals, sales and customer service supervisors and managers, marketing professionals and managers, front line workers — anyone and everyone who comes into contact with customers!
The Vital Role of All Customer-Contact Personnel
How to view your organization through the eyes of the customer
How to handle the inherent frustrations of heavy customer contact
Why the choices you make with each customer contact are so important
How to Use Teamwork as a Powerful Force
4 ways to build a strong team
How to get the support of managers, coworkers, and staff
Tips for improving cooperation between departments
Smart Techniques for Better Communication
How to prevent misunderstandings
Ways to make a winning first impression
The secrets to good rapport with customers and associates
Easy techniques for crystal-clear, positive communications
The Critical Art of Listening
12 poor listening habits and how to avoid them
11 creative techniques to sharpen your listening skills
How listening can surmount a tense situation
Strategies of Customer Goodwill and Trust
How to make customers feel important, and why you should
The power of using names, with 5 easy tips to remember them
How to express appreciation
Effective techniques for building customer loyalty
5 ways to reduce costly mistakes
Winning Telephone Techniques
How to avoid making a bad telephone impression
5 ways to improve your over-the-phone persona
Telephone greetings that set a positive stage
3 simple rules for answering another person's phone
How to speak concisely and make every word count
Strategies for contending with rude or abusive callers
Innocent statements that can drive customers away
How to Deal with Complaints and Angry Customers
How to keep from becoming upset and unraveled
Practical tips for managing dangerous anger
The right and wrong ways to say "no"
Techniques for handling complaints to the customer's complete satisfaction
How to keep your cool in the toughest situations
This event is eligible for the following continuing education credits: