Your call center is an integral part of your customer relationship management. Your representatives are ambassadors, and every time one of your customers contacts your organization, it is a moment of truth-a chance for your organization to shine. Call centers have a huge impact on customer retention, and in the end analysis, your revenue and profit. Delivering consistent, quality service is not accomplished by accident. We know that it takes a great deal of training and preparation to succeed.
The situation is complicated because customers now contact you via e-mail, the web, mail, and by telephone. Customers expect you to deliver seamless, integrated service regardless of the method of contact. This is a huge challenge whether you are implementing a new software solution, increasing the number of call center representatives, starting a new company, or offering new products and services. It is proven that a well-trained and supported representative is less likely to leave your organization. Decreased turnover equals reduced costs and a better bottom line.
This course provides the learners with critical information about making a good impression when communicating over the telephone. It emphasizes the importance of good etiquette, offers tips for building trust over the telephone and discusses important non-verbal actions that are present in most telephone interactions. A warm, helpful, professional and friendly voice on the phone can build customer loyalty. The lack of, could drive them to your competitor. Extend the common courtesies to your callers and create a reputation of legendary service to keep your customers coming back