Success Stems From Great Customer Service
It doesn't matter if you work for the owner of the company or if you are the owner of the company - If you don't give great Customer Service, neither of you will have a job.
By the time you finish reading this page you'll have access to information dealing with such issues as:
Understanding how important your Customer Service is to your success
Learn what successful people know about how giving great Customer Service is the only avenue to success.
The paying customer is the most important part of your company! They're the ones you make your product for or give your service to. And without a good steady stream of customers you're not going to be in business very long.
You can have the greatest products in the world, but - If you don't have the greatest Customer Service as well, you won't have any business.
Whatever your position in the world of work, you need to know one thing: Paying customers are the "Ultimate Employers".
This is such an important fact, let's look at it again - Paying customers are the "Ultimate Employer".
If you're entering the work force for the first time, it's all well and good that you try to appeal to an employer with your enthusiasm and willingness to learn. But if you really want to impress them, let them know YOU know how important Customer Service is.
Are you already working but hoping for a promotion or wanting to make that move to a different position with another company? There's no better way than to follow the same advice.
If you're thinking about starting a business or getting into an alternative line of work or just wanting to better your working skills, focus on giving great Customer Service.
What is great Customer Service?
You're a customer sometimes, right? When you go shopping, what do you want?
Let's start with:
A clean place of business
How are we doing so far?
But what if:
There is a spill
What do you do then? (Besides stand in the aisle and scream)
You look for someone to give you Customer Service.
Good Customer Service begins at the top.
If you're a smart business owner, you make sure you allot enough money to have a good-sized staff of workers. If you're a smart business manager, you make sure you schedule enough people to cover your place of business well. This way there will always be someone around when a customer looks around. (This is a great way to limit shop lifting as well)
Everyone working for the business needs to understand it's part of their day-to-day work to make sure the place of business is clean. No matter what their position - Everyone needs to know where all of the cleaning supplies are kept.
Also, everyone, no matter what their position, needs to understand it's part of their daily duties to make sure all merchandise is kept organized and prices clearly marked.
Employers need to train all of their employees to know something about every product and service. And who to ask if they need more information.
Bottom line ...
Customers do make or break the success of any business! Be there for the customer for whatever they want or need.
And always be looking for ways you can better your Customer Service.
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Building Long Term Relationships