Etiquette For Excellent Customer Service
'You Never Get A Second Chance To Make A First Impression'
Who Should Attend?
Anyone in a customer related role who wishes to learn new skills and understand the key concepts of customer service that will enable them to perform more effectively in their role.
About the Programme
Here in the Gulf, millions of dollars are lost every year because of poor handling of customers by front-line, customer-facing employees. The key to maintaining customer loyalty is to strive to offer exceptional customer service, which in return will result in more business. Research shows that it costs approximately eight times as much to find a new customer, compared to keeping an existing one. This course is essential for all staff who have face-to-face contact with customers - because everyone in your company has the chance to make a positive 'First Impression'.
- To learn the key skills of dealing face-to-face with customers and how to communicate effectively
- To learn the best ways to provide exceptional service by understanding the needs and expectations of a customer (including future needs and expectations)
- To gain an understanding of handling customers who complain, and how to deal with customers from a variety of cultures and backgrounds
- To understand how to create customer loyalty through great customer service and excellent customer care
What You Will Gain
- The skills to provide excellent service to all customers
- The ability to recognise the needs and expectations of a customer
- The ability to consistently create a good impression for yourself and your company
- Who Are Your Customers?
- Internal Customer Service
- The Customer Relationship Hierarchy
- What Does It Feel Like To Be A Customer?
- Customer 'Perception Points'
- 'The Customer's Perception Is Usually Right'
- You, As A Customer
- Your Commitment To Quality Service
- The Three Levels Of Customer Service
> Why Do People Complain?
> The Benefits Of Complaints
> Some Interesting Facts About Complaints
> How To Handle A Complaint
> Having A Positive Attitude In Dealing With Complaints
> Using Positive Words & Language
- Communicating For Success - Understanding & Being Understood
- Going The Extra Mile - 'The Unforgettable 'Wow!' Factor'
- Building Powerful Relationships
1 Day - Non-Residential
Delegate spaces available on the following course dates:
Before the course each delegate will be asked to complete a Pre-Course Briefing Form to determine their individual objectives for attending the course. These objectives will be used by the Tutor to give on-target training that is focused on the individual delegates.
At the end of the course each delegate will be asked to complete a Personal Development Plan that can be used as part of future appraisals and that will also be an important tool for management reference.
Total Investment: AED / QR 2,050/- which includes - Training Materials, Lunch & Refreshments. Discounts available for multiple bookings.
"She was such a good Tutor that we didn't even feel the time passing."
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