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Watch Out for TMI

August 6, 2020
Just as TMI, or Too Much Information, can be a problem in one's personal life, it can also be a problem in the service center. In The Customer Service Revolution, author John DiJulius reminds readers to avoid "oversharing" with customers. He notes that all frontline reps are guilty of oversharing at one time or another,…Continue reading

 

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Developing Empathy to Support Customers

June 25, 2020
How many times have you heard about the value of empathy in customer interactions? Probably a lot. And it’s good advice. Empathy is the ability to sense other people’s emotions and to imagine what they may be thinking and feeling. Some people are naturally more empathetic than others, but researchers at Greater Good Science Center…Continue reading

 

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BLUF and Other Rules for Email

June 12, 2020
When you email a customer or coworker you want that email to be read and acted on. But with the volume of email flowing across the web it can be hard to get a customer’s attention. Ben Decker, CEO of Decker Communications, offers four no-nonsense steps to ensure that customers read your email: 1. BLUF. This…Continue reading

 

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