Customer Service Courses Trinidad and Tobago

When your business becomes a centre of excellence, service excellence accelerates.

I’m assuming that typically, a business would want to move from being a start-up, to being good and maybe ultimately, to being great. To me, a great business is one that is a great place to do business and a great place to work. A place where both customers and employees are extraordinarily happy (and …

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How would your customers describe the service personality of your business?

I’ve had the pleasure of working with a local organization that had a grand impression of itself. Well, that impression set the tone for the style with which it conducted its business, how its employees were engaged, how its events were executed and how its customers were treated. Ultimately, this organization created such a brand …

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It’s Time to Add a Voice Of The Customer Feature to Your Business

  Businesses need to stop taking decisions about their customers from 10,000 feet away and begin to take decisions that are as close to the customer as possible. How hard is that? Actually, it’s a really simple operation, if you’re a customer centric business. The problem is that many businesses are not even bothering to …

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A Culture of Generosity is the Foundation of Great Service

As a customer, can you imagine a world where “We Care” is not just a slogan, but is borne out in your everyday shopping experience, with every business? I can. I live, expectantly, in that imagining, with my fingers crossed, hoping that one day it will be reality. In the meantime, I enjoy receiving a …

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How Will You Re-introduce Your Business to Your Customers?

“Whenever a wild card becomes possible, the future planning playbook has to be rewritten.” This quote by Tamar Kasriel, a retail futurist, speaks volumes. She was commenting that futurists had regarded the pandemic as a “wild card.” That is, an occurrence that would have big, worldwide impact, but a highly improbable event. Well, the event …

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REIMAGINING SERVICE AS WE ADAPT TO THE DIGITAL AGE

We hadn’t noticed that we were being primed for this digital moment that we’re experiencing. The pandemic has shoved everyone forward, at the same time. Necessity has become the mother of acceleration. With the onslaught of smart phones, expanding bandwidth, chat bots, self-service, online shopping and the like, alert business leaders and technology driven businesses …

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Leadership Effectiveness in the Age of Rapid Change

Chuck Berry, the legendary rock and roll singer of the ‘80s once said; “never let the same dog bite you twice.” Yes, yes, I know that he is not a management guru, but we would do well to bear out the wisdom of his words. My application of Chuck’s words to the world of business, …

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THREE REASONS WHY EMPLOYEES ARE RESISTANT TO GIVING GREAT SERVICE

At this point, it is understood that the Customer Experience is crucial for the success of a business. Employee- Customer interaction is one of the most important aspects of the Customer Experience. Customers like to buy from people they like. So naturally, there will be a correlation between employees being resistant to delivering great service, …

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INTRODUCTION TO CUSTOMER CARE WORKSHOP

  EXCERPT FROM AN INTERVIEW WITH DAWN RICHARDS   In this excerpt, Dawn Richards answers the question: “What are some of the benefits of DRA Consulting`s one day Customer Service Workshop – Introduction to Customer Care?”   Interviewer: Can you tell us about the Introduction to Customer Care Workshop. Who is it for?  What will …

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DAWN RICHARDS DISCUSSES THE ROLE OF MANAGERS IN CREATING A CUSTOMER CARE ENVIRONMENT

Excerpts of an Interview with Dawn Richards  Managers and Supervisors play a critical role in creating a Customer Care Environment within an Organization. Managers are the ones who have to set a climate for people to be kind and compassionate. Here are some important questions that managers need to ask themselves: Do they demonstrate respect …

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