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Remastered in 2019! Inspire your workforce to deliver service from the heart. Based on the work of noted author and speaker, Barbara Glanz, this inspiring, best-selling program features the true story of "Johnny," a young man who made a positive choice about his personal responsibility to provide from-the-heart service and changed the culture of an entire organization.
What is customer service... really? What does it look like? Why is it important? This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to encourage discussion on the importance of serving customers - inside or outside of your organization.
Glad I Could Help illustrates to employees how to respond positively in difficult customer service situations. Employees will see the most common internal and external customer service situations, both over the phone and face-to-face.
Correcting mistakes and diffusing a customer's emotions; upholding company policies while meeting a customer's needs at the same time.
Offering internal customers solutions when their needs have not been met.
Handling interruptions effectively; putting your focus on the customer even when you're busy.
Are assumptions about a customer based on language, accent and culture impacting communication and customer service? These easy-to-use cards provide a simple model (C.U.S.T.O.M.E.R.) along with thought-provoking questions on serving multicultural customers. These cards are great for a quick training reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
A thought-provoking video that uses music,text and graphics to inspire and stimulate discussion about customer service.
As leaders in our organization, we all get frustrated sometimes, but we need to be positive and professional in our interactions with our customers. Taking out our frustrations on a customer could cause them to seek services from a competitor instead. We need to make sure we are offering them the best experience. Without our customers, we wouldn’t have a business.
This inspiring new short version features a paraphrased story of "Johnny," a young man with Down syndrome who made a positive choice about his personal responsibility to provide from-the-heart service and changed the culture of an entire organization.
Dealing with a customer frustrated by an automated phone system.
Dealing with a customer whose expectations for timely delivery have not been met.
Dealing with a customer who is angry because of being transferred too many times.
Introduce how a service representative's response is the key factor in creative a positive customer experience.
Summarizing key points of the "Glad I Could Help" approach to meeting customers' needs.
How to provide service from the heart
If we're really honest with ourselves, we understand that leading and managing (even supervising) is not an easy task. There are all sorts of "gotchas" that wait for you in the workplace daily. Everyday Leadership™ was developed to help you, the leader/manager/supervisor, in your daily effort to foster better employee connections, communication and community within your organization - all the while working together toward one shared goal or vision.
Having quality customer service is critical to any business. It's your job as a leader to set and maintain the organization's expectations when it comes to servicing customers. Those that are willing to go the extra mile for their customers will have customers for life. It is important to realize the consequences of our actions and know there is always more we can do.
Providing customer service over the phone can be hard, particularly when someone has an accent that is hard to understand. While it can be frustrating not being able to communicate easily, the reality is that everyone in the world has an accent. We only notice it when we are speaking with people who don’t share our native language.
These days, when most people pick up the phone, write an email or walk into an office or store, they pretty much expect the service they're going to get is indifferent or even just plain awful. Little things like… Thanking the customer and empathizing with their situation. Acknowledging their emotions, rather than ignoring them. And reassuring the customer that your goal is to help… Those are the kinds of things that make customers feel like you really care.