How to Wow Customer Service Pt 2: Enhance Non-Verbal Communication by Harnessing the Power of Mime

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Enhance Non-Verbal Communication by Harnessing the Power of Mime In the first blog of the How to Wow Customer Service series,Build a ‘Me Brand’ Build Confidence, we looked at the advantages of building the confidence of front line customer service staff to improve both the customer experience, as well as the individual’s job satisfaction. This time we explore the place of non-verbal communication in customer service. But…. instead of rolling through the traditional stuff that’s […]

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    How To Wow Customer Service: 5 Techniques to Build Confidence

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    5 Techniques to Build Confidence Further to Blog No1. in the How to Wow Customer Service series: Build a ‘Me Brand’; Build Confidence it seemed timely to offer a few extra pointers and techniques to build confidence, thinking about it for a moment from a more personal perspective rather than a business one. Confidence is one of those things that can often seem only a few steps away, yet taking those steps isn’t always so […]

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      How to Wow Customer Service: Build a ‘Me Brand’; Build Confidence

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      Why the Individual Should Come Before the Customer in Customer Service Training Confident people are better at being assertive, starting conversations with customers and generally able to engage with people they do not know. However, not everyone who works in a customer service environment is as described. Many who succeed the interview and then move into the reality of being at the customer coalface find conversing and interacting with customers, painfully difficult. For some, being in the customer arena […]

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        The Business Case for Unconscious Bias Training (& a tip worth considering!)

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        Further to earlier blogs What is Unconscious Bias? and 3 Top Tips to Reducing the Impact of Unconscious Bias I have had a number of conversations with people about the impact Unconscious Bias is having on organisations and the business case for Unconscious Bias training.  According to CIPD’s Training & Talent Management Survey, the average training budget per head is £167 in the public sector and £308 in the private. Not much to play with! Wherever […]

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          Organisational Diversity

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           Organisational Diversity: A Rich & Valuable Resource One of the best things about my role as an equality and diversity specialist is that I get to travel the length and breadth of the UK and as a result get to experience the richness and variety of organisational diversity out there. And it is rich, and fascinating – yet not all would agree. It is not uncommon for me to hear at the start of equality […]

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            2015 UK Customer Service Results Reveal the Benefits of Organisational Change

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            Banks and Utilities are among the top performing sectors in the 2015 UK Customer Service Results The results published from the Institute of Customer Services’ UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI) published this month show some very interesting results. The survey, the largest of its kind in the UK, includes 13 different sectors. It reports on the analysis of 39,000 responses from 10,144 customers who were identified as geographically and demographically representative of the UK population…. It’s worth a […]

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              It’s Time for Modern Management Training

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              Modern Management Training Tips for the Modern Manager… The workforce today is a cultural melting pot… As Traditionalists move out at the top and Generation Y move in from the bottom (with Generation Z fast approaching behind) it’s safe to say there are four very different generations in the workplace. And it’s impacting… Are today’s leaders given enough modern management training so that they are equipped with the modern-day skills required to harness the talent of individuals from all […]

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