Care packages for your customers [electronic resource] :an idea a week to enhance customer service / Barbara A. Glanz.
By: Glanz, Barbara A.
Contributor(s): ebrary, Inc.Material type: BookPublisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2007Description: xxi, 201 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.Subject(s): Customer loyalty | Customer services | Customer relationsGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 658.8/12 Online resources: An electronic book accessible through the World Wide Web; click to view
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Self assessment--How well are you currently doing in building customer loyalty? -- Weekly ideas -- Determine the lifetime value of a customer -- Remember the two levels of every interaction -- Don't take a customer's anger personally -- Surprise co-workers and internal customers with anonymous gifts -- Remember that everyone sees the world differently -- Value employees as "whole" persons -- Listen with your heart -- Reframe how you view mis-takes in your organization, Part one -- Reframe how you view mis-takes in your organization, Part two -- Decorate your cubicle or workspace with things that remind you of giving good service -- Celebrate the gift of life! -- Remember the concept of the emotional bank account, Part one -- Remember the concept of the emotional bank account, Part two -- Decorate hallways and walls with inspirational quotations and graphics -- Hold focus groups, Part one -- Hold focus groups, Part two -- Give yourself a hand -- Five loyalty builders -- Celebrate small wins -- Brainstorm ways you can enhance your customer's experience, Part one -- Brainstorm ways you can enhance your customer's experience, Part two -- Brainstorm ways you can enhance your customer's experience, Part three -- Focus on what you can do -- Have fun with stories -- You don't learn anything with your mouth open -- Beautiful people don't just happen -- Work on a community project -- Every customer is a gift -- Always anticipate the customer's needs -- Whenever you can, offer the customer options -- Inform the customer when you have gone out of your way for them -- Manage by wandering around -- Know why customers are unhappy with your organization -- Honor customer complaints -- Do just a little bit extra for each customer -- Take an employee to lunch -- Are you friendly? -- Think like a customer -- Four things customers want -- Manage from the heart -- The four steps to recovery -- Happy employees create happy customers -- Hold grapevine sessions -- Stay calm with a difficult customer -- A dilemma -- Create a human level database -- Use selective agreement -- Use an objective measurement to communicate the seriousness of the situation! -- Celebrate any good news you can find -- Have a "thank your customers day" -- Have a "thank your internal customers day" -- Add a personal signature to your work -- Conclusion: you have a choice!
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2009. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.