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Attitudes for Service

The foundation of creating a Customer Service Culture is understanding expectations, going the extra mile, and being a customer advocate. Applying behaviors of helpfulness, genuine interest, and respect moves customer from hostile or ambivalent toward supportive and enthusiastic.

Course Overview

It sounds simple, but successful organizations recognize that customer satisfaction stems from a series of interconnected causes and disciplines, and that customer loyalty drives profitability and growth. This complete experience is what can cause a customer to become a champion for an organization.

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What You’ll Learn

At the completion of this module, participants will be able to: • Assess Customer Service Attitudes to set goals for improvement • Incorporate the Four Drivers of Customer Service to build customer relationships • Apply Attitude Control Principles to manage their attitudes • Use conversational language to keep the interaction low pressure

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Why you want to learn it

Primary Competency Categories: • Attitude - Maintains a friendly, positive, and enthusiastic outlook. • External Awareness - Sees things from multiple points of view. Keeps up to date with issues that affect responsibility. • Customer Experience - Leverages positive experiences to create customer loyalty and long-term relationships.

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How it will help you

This module begins with taking 100% responsibility for yourself and the attitude you convey. Each time you come into contact with a customer, your attitude is showing. The challenge is to maintain a friendly, low pressure and high service environment for your customers and keep yourself productive and service— oriented throughout your day.

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