How Customer Service Leads to Competitive Advantage
This workshop will give the managers the techniques, skills and confidence to initiate steps to create the environment and culture to deliver improved customer experiences. It will encourage the manager to champion the customer experience within the team and in the wider organisation.
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Redefining Customer ServiceDon`t just ask the frontline staff to do customer service; what does it mean in terms of beliefs and behaviour.
The company or department must define what "brand" of customer service they want to be known for and what it should look like, what are the key beliefs and behaviours. Otherwise the front line staff defines in their own minds what the service level should be and that can lead to mediocre or patchy service.
Providing an organisational FrameworkEnsuring the team understands what the organisation provides and how it is delivered from start to finish. This may involve cross training your employees or inviting someone from another department to speak with them. (do the staff actually know what happens when a query or service call is processed?)
Setting service goals1. Where are the service gaps?
2. How are they measured?
3. How can they be resolved?
With internal customers
Teamwork and Customer ServiceTask of the Team Leader
Creating a customer service focused team
Early indications of problems
Coaching your individual team membersRecognise heroic acts
Focus on the behaviour not the person
Get people to own their work
Giving and receiving feedbackThe goal of feedback
Setting new targets
The importance of acting on feedback
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