Last month, in part one of this two-part blog, we reviewed why building value starts with your customer service representatives (CSRs), and got into some of the how your CSRs can do so. This month we will continue with the how.
Let’s talk about true customer service skills. Are you still under the belief that simply having a smile on your face, and being nice to a customer, is all that it takes to keep your customer base satisfied and attract new customers? In today’s world, consumers expect more. Much more.
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November 9, 2015
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I am constantly asked for the perfect call center script that contractors can modify to make their own, but the fact these contractors know they’ll want to change it indicates they already know canned scripts won’t work for their business. The best script is the one your call center team creates in their own voice.
This week I am writing about bowling. Not so much the 7-10 split or how many beers translate into the best score — although I would guess more than 3 and less than 6 — but I am writing about the customer service I received from a local bowling alley that turned me from a disgruntled customer to a loyal one.
Attendees who ask these types of questions will sit there with a look of growing dissatisfaction when I do not answer with the response that they had anticipated. My stomach twists into a knot each time I find myself faced with this predicament. What question is Coscia talking about?