Duration: 45m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 923 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
The basics of Customer Service.
The basic golden rules to kickstart your service
What you'll learn
Customer Service Skills
The outcomes of good service vs poor service
Golden rules of great service
Turning negatives into positives
Moments of Truth
This course looks at the basics of Great Customer Service and how that can lead to greater success for your business with less reliance on paid advertising and marketing. We look at the definition of Customer Service, the different outcomes that great service or poor service can lead to, and some simple ideas and examples to help you start thinking about how you can improve the service to your customers and prospective customers.
The course starts with an examination of what customer service means, we then look at the outcomes of great service vs poor service before moving on to some basic golden rules and some thinking points for you to focus on. We also look at what happens when things go wrong, why simply offering a refund is not always the best way of handling a tricky situation - how do you take a customer complaint and turn it into a way to build better relationships with your customers Service should be at the very heart of your business, it's something that is 100% in your control. We look at and test your Moments of Truth and find out what they mean to your customers.
This is a conversational course at a bner level which may also be worth revisiting for more experienced professionals. It's my hope that everybody comes away from this with at least one thing that they take on and use for the rest of their career and that by improving your service you develop yourself as well as your businesses.
I hope you enjoy the course....remember.....the key to great service is consistency!
Who this course is for:
Small business owners and service professionals hoping to improve the quality of the service they give their customers and prospective customers.
Business owners/leaders hoping to increase customer satisfaction levels
Business owners or leaders hoping to reduce their reliance on advertising