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HOW TO SAY THE RIGHT THING AT THE RIGHT TIME
Every manager and employee has heard the phrase "The customer is always right." But let's face it. Sometimes the customer is misinformed or confused--or just downright difficult to deal with. Even so, customer service is the single most important key to success in today's highly competitive marketplace. Perfect Phrases for Customer Service provides perfect solutions for everyday customer service situations--and includes simple, effective techniques that can help you meet even the most demanding customer needs. It's a complete service-training program in one handy guide, featuring:
- 101 ready-to-use scripts and phrases for more successful service
- Verbal tools and techniques to deal with customer complaints
- Common business scenarios and bottom-line solutions
- Secrets of self-control: learning what not to say or do
- Proven strategies for satisfying customers and increasing sales
Filled with specific defusing tactics and key behavioral insights, this user-friendly handbook can show you how to reduce stress, find the right words to say, and handle hostile customers with ease and confidence. Even if the customer is sometimes wrong, you'll know the right way to build long-term relationships and achieve long-lasting results in every business situation.
Tools for pleasing even the most demanding customers
A satisfied customer is a loyal customer, and in today's supercompetitive business economy few things are as crucial to a company's bottom line as the quality of its customer service. This latest title in the popular Perfect Phrases series is just the thing for customer service employees and those who train and manage them. Perfect Phrases for Customer Service gets you quickly up and running with everything you need to keep customers happy and loyal, including:
About the Author
Robert Bacal is the author of Managing Performance and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Consulting. His performance management website, work911.com, is visited by thousands of people every month.