The Right Words At The Right Time For Business
Do your front line-staff know what to say in the heat of the moment? Customers can be difficult at times, and this great new training program can help!
- DVD or USB
- Leader’s Guide
- PowerPoint Presentation
- 10 Pocket Reminder Cards
- Teaches frontline staff how to handle difficult customers
- Shows how to react and recover when there is a complaint
- Helps everyone in the office gain customer loyalty and new business
Available in Business, Government, Healthcare, Leisure & Hospitality, and Retail Versions.
This valuable training program will equip your staff with a step-by-step process of turning frustrations or complaints into understanding and solutions. When dealing with customers who may not be at their best, it is all the more important that your employees are at their very best, and ready with The Right Words at The Right Time.
Having the exact words handy in a tense situation, and knowing how to say them, can make all the difference. This valuable training equips your frontline staff with a step-by-step process for turning frustrations or complaints into understanding and solutions. When dealing with customers who may not be at their best, it is all the more important that your staff is at their very best, and ready with The Right Words at The Right Time.
Unfortunately, it is often the newest or least trained employee who has the last clear chance at saving a customer’s relationship with your organization. One employee can become the face of your company when things go wrong. This practical and memorable program is specifically designed to empower your staff with a clear checklist of Customer Service Recovery tools and techniques.
From showing empathy and truly listening, to exploring with permission phrases and presenting options, employees will learn how to match the signals they send to customers with the words they actually say. A wide variety of realistic service recovery scenes demonstrate the use of The Right Words at The Right Time, to overcome almost any customer service challenge.
- An angry customer calls to close his account.
- A rude customer belittles an employee for offering an extended warranty.
- A customer is frustrated that others are being served before him.
- A clueless customer won’t stop talking on her cell phone during an account review.
- A leering customer tries to get too personal with a young barista.
- An angry customer demands to speak with a supervisor when her product delivery date is missed.
- A disappointed customer demands to speak with a manager about a missed delivery.
- “I Care”
- “I Understand”
- “You can Trust me to take care of this”