Essentials - Customer Service - Caring For Your Customers
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Essentials - Customer Service - Caring For Your Customers

In this course you will learn how to establish effective customer relationships, quality of service and customer satisfaction. You will actively establish a relationship where a customer feels valued, understood and special, and exceed their expectations.

Jenison
Updated Jul 25, 2024

What you'll learn

  • Greet customers effectively face-to-face, or on the phone
  • Use appropriate body language when dealing with customers
  • Find out exactly what your customers need by asking the right questions
  • Use 'total listening' techniques
  • Ensure your actions satisfy the customer's needs
  • Do the something extra that EXCEEDS customers' expectations
Course Description

Course Contents 

  • Knowing your Customers
  • Greeting
  • Listening
  • Assisting
  • Doing Something Extra
  • Including: Check my Understanding Tests and Full Course Test

Learning Objectives

Participants will acquire the knowledge and skills to:

  • Greet customers effectively face-to-face, or on the phone 
  • Use appropriate body language when dealing with customers 
  • Find out exactly what your customers need by asking the right questions 
  • Use 'total listening' techniques 
  • Ensure your actions satisfy the customer's needs 
  • Do the something extra that EXCEEDS customers' expectations 

Course Overview

Learn how to establish effective customer relationships. If YOU deal with customers either face-to-face or on the phone, you're the point of contact between customers and the organisation! It's your approach to customers that ensures, or denies, their satisfaction and determines whether they come back. The quality of service you provide to your internal customers, like your colleagues or people in other teams, departments etc, is equally important. This course involves ACTIVELY establishing a relationship where customers feel valued, understood and special. This means looking for ways to provide not only a basic service, but to EXCEED what the customer might normally expect.