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25 Reproducible Activities for Customer Service Excellence Peter Garber Make it easy for employees to provide great customer service with this collection of motivating and skill-building activities. There?s no need for a special training facility, no huge costs involved, or no prior training experience required. All you need is a group of employees who are committed to giving customers what they rightfully deserve‹excellent service. Every topic critical to customer service is addressed in five convenient parts: - Communication - Phone Power - Customer Service Skills - Customer Service Strategies - Achieving Results The fun and easy-to-use activities incorporate exercises, questionnaires, quizzes, facts, role plays, philosophies, characterizations, profiles, assessments, strategies, surveys, matrices, and other tools. Most can be completed in 15¬30 minutes. Areas covered include: - The customer?s first impression - Customer paradigms - Listening to the customer - Finding out who the customer really is - How rumors get started and spread - The importance of telephone greeting messages - Dealing with telephone tag € telephone communications - Understanding what the customer really wants - Characteristics of successful customer service - Customer service diseases - Developing your personal improvement plan - Personalities of potential buyers - Types of customers € customer complaints - Tips for selling your product or service - Positive and negative words - Winning and losing the customer - Logic vs. emotion in selling
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Peter Alexander Gardere (born September 29, 1969) is a former American football quarterback, famous for his four-year tenure as Texas Longhorns quarterback in the late 1980s/early 1990s.
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