Customer Service in Business
Here we look at the benefits of being customer-centred. Focusing on how we perceive customers now in order to understand the importance of customers for the business.
Understanding Customer Needs
Service is a very personal thing, and our opinions about the service we receive are individual to us. To be in with any chance of succeeding, we at least need to know what our customers expect from us.
How We View Things
Understanding that everyone’s reality is different. Responding to the needs of our customers without letting our own emotions cloud our judgement.
Focusing on how assertive we are and recognising that being assertive is the key to dealing with customer situations. Looking at five steps to assertiveness.
Three Key Communication Skills:
• Identifying how to build and maintain it.
• What are the barriers? How do we overcome them? Testing our ability with a fun exercise.
• Moving away from Open/Closed and looking at four key questioning methods.
Voice and Language
Looking at ways to improve our tone of voice over the phone.
Words and Recognition
Identifying ‘Negative’ statements we use and hear day-to-day and reframing them.
Different Types of Customer
A chance to look within ourselves and examine our behaviour with customers and adapt it to improve communications.
Meeting Customer Needs
Using the three steps to recommendation.
Not another Complaint
Examining the reasoning behind complaints through discussional activities.
A Pig of a Complaint!
A fun exercise with an important message. This part of the session is summarised with a specific process for dealing with complaints
What did attendees think of the course?
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