+Administrative Professionals: Representing Your Boss
+Administrative Professionals: Common Administrative Support Tasks
+Administrative Professionals: Maximizing Your Relationship with Your Boss
+Administrative Professionals: Interacting with Others
+Administrative Professionals: Putting Your Best Foot Forward
+Essential Skills for Administrative Support Professionals Simulation
+Identifying and Managing Customer Expectations
+Creating and Sustaining a Customer-focused Organization
+Listening to Your Customers
+Creating a Customer-focused Organization
+Developing Your Customer Focus
+Customer Service Fundamentals: Building Rapport in Customer Relationships
+Customer Service in the Field
+Customer Service over the Phone
+Internal Customer Service
+Customer Service Confrontation and Conflict
+Shaping the Direction of Customer Service in Your Organization
+Aligning Performance to Key Indicators
+The Angry Caller: What's Your Plan?
+Converting a Call Center to a Profit Center
+Managing Your Call Center More Efficiently
+Customer Service Training - The Interview and Beyond
+Disaster Recovery - Keeping the Lines Open
+Preventing Agent Absenteeism through Better Working Conditions
+Workforce Management Software- Is it Worth it?
+Prioritizing Rewards and Recognition in Call Centers
+The Importance of Call Tracking and Ticketing
+Creating an Effective On-hold Message
+Determining Proper Expectaion-management Techniques
+Training Methods for CSRs in the Customer Contact Industry
+Aligning Agent Behaviors with Caller Types
Our management leadership training programs are designed to help strengthen your management teams leadership skills by re-establishing effective communication skills. At Leaders Speakers, we have devised a few programs that will help your team get back on track and produce some fresh leadership skills in the process.Our workshops are generally set up as two day workshops, but can easily be customized to suit your specific needs.
We offer a wide range of team building activities that not only offer an outlet for your personnel to have fun and release their energy, but instill some key team building ideas. A properly organized team building event with well thought out activities can result in tremendous results for productivity. Most companies feature a corporate workforce of people that do not know each other well outside of the workplace and therefore are not entirely at ease with each other. A natural amount of camaraderie will most likely develop between people who interact with each other on a daily basis, particularly those who sit next to or near each other, but people at slightly further reaches of the organization are sometimes left with a faceless impression of each other, sometimes resulting in an unjustified animosity.Team building exercises are therefore primarily designed to allow people to get to know each other in a relaxed and informal environment who otherwise would not be given the opportunity
We show you how to plan your day well in advance with effective time management techniques, how to prepare a Task Plan. How to organize activities in priority that need to be done that day against the time that needs to be allocated to each activity. We show you how to keep on track and AVOID the distractions that keep individuals from accomplishing their daily goals. Setting Goals and Objectives is important. Working without effective time management goals and targets does not establish a “tangible” plan for what you want to accomplish. Some people think they may even have it all in their head, but without an established plan you will go off course and fail to achieve your objectives.
Better meet external customer needs by improving internal coordination & communication…Collaborate more effectively between internal departments…Break down barriers & silos that exist between departments…Work better with different people and personalities…Identify how we all work & play for the same ‘home team’…Locate & remove the most common internal service impediments…Identify the benefits our customers will receive by improved internal customer service…Recognize who your internal customers are and how they help the business…Deliver service that earns the praise of customers…Reduce the stress level by working smarter, not harder…Decrease the number of complaints from external customers due to poor quality service…Develop the ability to transform conflict into cooperation…Anticipate and exceed customer service expectations more regularly…Develop improved listening and communication techniques
How you present yourself to others in the business world speaks volumes. Business etiquette provides a framework for building successful professional relationships. From introductions to dining manners to how you interact with your coworkers, this course offers some foundational tips on what you need to know when establishing business relationships.
Inform your employees on how to best handle clients with our Customer Relations Skills workshop!
This program uses the DiSC assessment tool to identify unique strengths and weaknesses for each employee and how to best approach customer relations knowing your strengths and weaknesses.
This workshop will train employees in the most effective tools or “people skills” used to enhance customer relationships. Employees will walk away with a better understanding of both themselves and how their unique workstyle handles client relations.
The customer is the most important ingredient to success in business. Customers want to deal with a business that is responsive, caring, knowledgeable and flexible. Meet these criteria and business increases! Employees must see their jobs as a contribution to the organization's total impact on your customers.
Customer Obsession Test
To assess if your business really cares about and is obsessed with your customers, ask your staff to complete the following sentence: "As a result of my coming to work, the customer benefits by..."
How does Customer Obsession differ from customer service? By:
Thinking "customer" whenever you establish a policy.
Serving the customer better than expected.
Creating value -making the customer feel good about doing business with you.
Making your business one big customer service department that cross sells and secures new business
Treating your customers as if your were going to see them every day.
Through a self-assessment, customer service employees and managers respond to 79 statements about customer service behavior and practices. The Employee Guide focuses on your employees' perceptions of their abilities — and those of the organization — to deliver KYSOS. The Manager Guide pinpoints developmental areas and helps customer service managers plan for improvement. Used together, there isn't a more powerful tool to diagnose your organization's readiness to deliver KYSOS.
Can be customized based on organizations needs.
Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. It is safe to say, most health care facilities you deal with fail to deliver superior customer service. No one was born knowing this skill...it is a learned trait. How can you expect to deliver the kind of customer service that wows your customers if you do not train to do so?
This one day class examines who we are and what we do as a health care provider. We analyze our attitude and communications skills, and take a hard look at what our customers need. We learn customer service skills whether delivered in person, over the phone, or electronically. Finally, we learn how to handle complaints and difficult customers.
One day class. Cost is $649.00.
Customer service is not a department. It is a philosophy to be embraced
by everyone within an organization. In this course, Shep Hyken will
explain the concept of why satisfying customers is no longer good
Work is not the only thing that matters in life, but most of us want to take pride in what we do. While we don’t have to like the people we work with, or report to, at the very least we should be able to interact positively with them. The biggest influence on our job satisfaction is our relationship with others.
Our work should not be a burden to us and our offices shouldn’t be battlefields. We are human beings working with other human beings. This two-day workshop is about working to the best of your abilities, and encouraging the best in those who work with you, or for you.