- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 11
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
Eligible for Certificate: Yes
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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What Is Customer Service? - Definition, Types & Role in Marketing
Course SummaryUse these short lessons as an effective training tool to teach your employees how they can achieve customer satisfaction through feedback, effective listening, anticipating the needs of your customers and more.
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- Comprehensive test covering all topics
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About This Course
No matter how large or small your business is, customer service is a key part of gaining new customers and keeping existing customers. The lessons in this course highlight the importance of good customer care and offer tips for providing excellent customer service, such as listening to the customers, anticipating their needs and resolving their complaints quickly.
How It Works
This course is divided into multiple lessons that include a short video as well as a text transcript and a multiple-choice quiz. You can show all the videos during one corporate training session or allow your employees to watch them as they have time. Some of the key features of this customer service-focused lesson include:
- Entertaining video lessons that average five minutes in length and can be viewed from any computer or mobile device
- Video tags that allow for easy reference to parts that employees may wish to re-review
- Lesson transcripts that highlight vocabulary terms
- A chapter exam on the definition and nature of customer service
- A chapter exam that covers the elements of good customer service
- An end-of-chapter test that covers all topics included within this chapter on high-quality customer service
How It Helps
- Educates employees: Employees who understand the importance of customer service to your organization will be more invested in providing high-quality service.
- Encourages listening: This course teaches employees the consequences of not listening to their customers, so employees will be more likely to employ effective listening skills.
- Builds customer bases: After completing the chapter on the elements of great customer service, employees will be able to take their current customer service skills to the next level, which may help them build a larger customer base for current and future sales.
The Nature of Customer Service
- Customer service defined
- Examples of customer satisfaction
- Meeting and exceeding customer expectations
Elements of Great Customer Service
- Effective listening
- Anticipating needs
- Making customers feel important
- Dealing with negative feedback and complaints
- Long-term customer relationships
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