Categories

Ask the Panel • Customer Service Week Bulletin • Service Starters • Spotlight Awards • Web Extras - Customer Communicator • Web Extras - Skill Sharpener

Support Customers and Coworkers

November 15, 2018 — When you spend your days supporting customers, coworkers can sometimes be overlooked. But service skills trainer Kirk Miller says that productivity and job satisfaction will increase and stress levels will decrease when the service team is mutually supportive. In the November issue of Customer Communicator, the newsletter for frontline service professionals, Miller…To read more — login/sign up

Comments are closed

Comments are closed

Comments are closed

November 2018

Keep political talk low key — To avoid politics at workplace gatherings, try Conversation Cards. Available in many formats, these popular conversation starters include well-worded questions to spark a conversation and encourage people to learn more about each other.

Comments are closed

Comments are closed

Comments are closed

Comments are closed

3 New Ready-to-Use Activities

August 27, 2018 — We are delighted to announce three new activities for your Customer Service Week celebration. At CSWeek.com you’ll find a new teambuilding activity called Common Ground, a fun take on vocal skills training with the Tongue Twister activity, and a special recognition activity which lets team members recognize each other. It’s called…Continue reading

Comments are closed

Theme Days Happen Here

August 20, 2018 — Theme days are always popular during Customer Service Week. And the possibilities are almost limitless. Just look at these four examples: 1. The week started with a Star Wars theme at CMA CGM. When employees arrived at work, the elevator whisked them skyward to the sounds of a spaceship lifting off. Accompanying…Continue reading

Comments are closed

Comments are closed

Pre-Planned Activities for Every Celebration

August 15, 2018 — Whether you need a final activity to round-out your celebration or you’ve just started planning, you’ll find lots of ideas in the Activities section of the CSWeek.com website. Each pre-planned activity includes detailed instructions, a list of materials, and print-outs if needed. You’ll find activities to build teamwork, recognize staff, build service skills,…Continue reading

Comments are closed

September 2018

Help your reps to focus on the customer on every call — A lot of companies claim to have a customer focus. But it most often falls to the customer service rep to live up to that claim. Here is some advice from customer service consultant and author, Shep Hyken:

• A blog post  on how the employee experience contributes to the customer experience.

• A video presentation on how to use customer service to stand out from the competition.

Comments are closed