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How to Close the Service Culture Gap and Capture Your Supporters (Step Three)

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This blog continues from my earlier posts where I offered Step One and Step Two to engage Ambassadors and Supporters in your service culture change initiatives. Step Three: Grow your people to grow your culture […]

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In the World of Big Data, Old School Customer Service Never Goes Out of Date

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Today we use sophisticated technologies to learn a great deal about our customers. We track what they like, what they spend, what they search for, where they go, and how often they return. Yet despite all this new “big data” and the insights it can deliver, customers all over the world still appreciate “Old School Customer Service”.

These four “Old School Customer Service” techniques are time-tested, and they work as well today as they have for generations.

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How to create loyal customers and brand evangelists in the travel and hospitality industry

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Our previous blog post demonstrated the power of customer voice in an unsolicited book review from a technology industry guru. This post makes the same point, but for the travel and hospitality – one of […]

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Uplifting Service – Book Review from Technology Guru

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Every once in a while someone takes the time to write an exceptional review of our New York Times bestselling book “UPLIFTING SERVICE: The Proven Path to Delighting Your Customers, Colleagues, and Everyone Else You […]

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DON’T BE CONFUSED! Service is the Foundation for Your Culture (not just one of the arrows)

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DON’T BE CONFUSED! Service is the foundation for a strong and sustainable culture – and not just one of the many arrows of interest in business. In this short video, Ron explains why service is […]

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Are you building powerful partnerships where you work?

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Each time you explore, agree, deliver and assure, the possibility for trust grows between you and the other party. In fact, this may be the only way human beings can build trust with one another.

1. EXPLORE: Find out what is important to the other person.
2. AGREE: Make a promise to do something on their behalf.
3. DELIVER: Do what you promised.
4. ASSURE: Check and make sure they are satisfied.

Are you building powerful partnerships where you work?

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How to Close the Gap and Capture Early Majority Supporters

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In my previous blog “Gaining Buy-In for Your Culture Change” I used a smooth bell curve to illustrate how leaders can systematically convert employees from Adversaries and Defectors, to Neutral and Supporters, and ultimately to […]

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Building Your Service Culture

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The CEM Telecoms Conference speaks with Jeff Eilertsen, UP! Your Service VP Client Success, to learn how companies can optimize service efficiency while also improving customer experience. Learn how you can achieve these goals simultaneously […]

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Service as Competitive Advantage: Creating New Value vs. Sustaining Predictable Results

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In a competitive global market where products are commoditized and speed of delivery easily matched, quality service is a key differentiator in every industry – including engineering, manufacturing, production, logistics, IT, and more.

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Fundamental Service Principles Create a Common Service Language

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Watch Ron Kaufman talk about this topic on video (3 minutes). I’ve seen many organizations invest years and spend a lot of money on service training for their employees. The intention is always the same: […]

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