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Customer Service Gone Viral

Customers are making buying decisions based on what they see online. This new kind of customer feedback puts service providers in a very vulnerable position, but there's something you can do about it!

There are two ways to use Customer Service Gone Viral in your business:

As a Group-  You can watch the training video together, with your staff, and use the provided discussion guide to learn as a group.

Desktop / Individual- Let your employees learn on their own, from a mobile device, or from a desktop / laptop.

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Customers are making buying decisions based on what they see online. This new kind of customer feedback puts service providers in a very vulnerable position; but there's something you can do about it.

It used to be when someone received bad service, they would tell a few friends, now, they tell the world. Today, everything we do can be recorded, reviewed and presented to everyone using an web-enabled device.

Customer Service Gone Viral shows how to avoid customer service problems that lead to negative reviews.

A variety of customer service problems are presented as viral videos, recorded phone conversations, music videos, rants and blogs. Each problem in the video is followed by a practical, real-world solution.

Learn how to avoid becoming an embarrassing internet sensation while providing excellent service that leads to rave reviews.

This customer service training video covers:

  • Avoid taking short cuts. Look our for your customer. Deliver beyond expectations.
  • Give your full attention. Make every customer feel important. Resist distractions.
  • Actively listen. Rephrase the message. Listen, understand, confirm.
  • Take responsibility. Take ownership of the customer's problem. Follow through.
  • Deliver service on time. Think like a customer. Keep customer apprised and updated.
  • Focus on solutions. Avoid disagreements and blame. Give benefit of the doubt.
Customer Service Gone Viral
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    Perfect for the classroom. Includes facilitator materials.

The DVD comes with the 16 - minute Training Video: "Customer Service Gone Viral" and a discussion guide that will provide you with a complete training agenda, including key discussion points, and helpful exercises that emphasize the video's message.

The license of a DVD Kit is for SINGLE MONITOR use only; purchasers are not permitted to make copies or place on a server for network viewing, but it can displayed via DVD player on one monitor (TV/Projector) at a time, for an unlimited number of uses and participants.

Price: $795 Each

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