EdTrek's expertise with customer service runs deep. From facilitating service standards creation to writing the book on service training--literally.
Kimberly Devlin,managing director, authored Customer Service Training in ATD's best-selling series.
The “new normal” may not be that new after all. Although many agencies are struggling to meet budgetary constraints, taxpayer and community service expectations have not changed. The demand for high-quality service continues and if anything, they expect more for less. The “I-pay-your-salary” thinking is still alive and well. As an agency leader, your ability to guide, support, and coach your employees during these challenging customer situations is critical to their success. Shifting to a Service Culture™ provides lead workers, supervisors, and managers with tools to integrate service expectations to measure performance, facilitate difficult interactions between employees and customers, model the Three Guiding Principles® on a daily basis, and recognize exemplary employees who model service excellence. Rewarding those staff members who deliver quality service increases the speed of the service culture change and contributes to achieving the agency’s overall service goal.
Since customer service is the primary attribute that creates your agency’s reputation, it is no wonder that the need for service skills continues to grow! When customers, patrons, taxpayers, or residents need a service or product from your agency, they want exceptional service every time. So what does that look like? Service with Principles® introduces techniques to respectfully handle customer situations with a positive approach while continually focusing on valued-added solutions. Learn how to deal with the most difficult customer interactions by integrating the Three Guiding Principles®. Help your agency become the government benchmark for quality service!
What does it take to “push your buttons”? Who are the people? What are the situations? It is only a matter of time until we all encounter difficult interactions. Sometimes we avoid them and other times we address them head on…either way, they can turn ugly pretty quickly. Staying Centered through Conflict provides methods for managing your emotions to stay focused on outcomes, utilize the P.E.A.C.E. process to resolve issues, incorporate the Three Guiding Principles during challenging conversations, and apply successful negotiation skills to reach agreement.
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