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Customer Service vs. Common Sense?

By Nancy Friedman, Keynote Speaker, Customer Service Expert, President of Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training

We’ve all heard the saying: “Hey, customer service is just plain old common sense.” But then we all know, too, common sense is NOT that common. 

Decided to make a quick list of a few common sense things that aren’t so common.

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Posted in Business Communication, Call Center Agent Training, Coaching Skills, Coaching Skills - Service Training, Customer Service Challenges, Customer Service Communication, Customer Service Excellence, Customer Service Tips, Customer Service Training, Help Desk Training, Telephone Doctor Blog, Telephone Technique Training

Management Development Training Courses

 

Give your supervisors and managers the tools they need to succeed!

Many organizations promote managers and supervisors based on strong performance in previous jobs. But too often the skills necessary to operate effectively at the management level don’t come naturally. Succeeding in a leadership position can be complex and tricky.

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Posted in Appraisals & Interviews, Behavioral-based Interviewing, Business Communication, Coaching Skills, Coaching Skills - Service Training, CRM Service Training, Delivering Feedback, eLearning - Customer Service, Government Service Training, Healthcare Service Training, Hospitality Service Training, LMS eLearning Courses, Skills for New Managers, Team Building, Telephone Doctor Blog, Workplace Communication

Coaching Questions

Coaching: The Power of Questions

Coaching is a large and complex subject. But at its heart lies effective questioning skills. This program provides your managers with practical illustrations of how to use questions to help people think through a problem or a task for themselves. If it is a manager’s intention to coach the other person, the type of questions they use will be different from those questions designed simply to elicit information.

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Posted in Coaching Skills, Coaching Skills - Service Training, Customer Service Excellence, Management Development, Skills for New Managers, Workplace Communication