Anticipate Client Needs: Beyond Best Practices in Client and Customer Service (6)
Customer Service is moving to Customer Experience, and modern firms must keep up with their clients, or fail at sustainability. Competition is no longer just down the street. Clients are demanding more value, and wanting a shift from reactive reporting to real time services. In the future, the customer experience will be measured by value, contribution, impact and sustainability.
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Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Differentiate between customer service and customer experience
Recall the three levels of customer relationships
Recognize core organizational and cultural decisions that build a sustainable culture of good customer experience
Recall key points of the Herzberg’s Motivational Theory
List techniques for delivering great customer experiences
Methods for defining the client and what their needs are
Setting business strategy to build loyalty
The difference between Customer Service and Customer Experience
Tactics for building a deeper relationship with clients, including personal branding.
Field of Study: Communications and Marketing
Recommended CPE Credit Hours: 1.0
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Prior experience working with customers to achieve a higher level of customer satisfaction.
Designed For: Professionals in a leadership, supervisory or managerial position.
Instructor: Karl J. Ahlrichs, SPHR
Publication Year: 2017
Expiration Date: Course content is reviewed annually and revised with necessary changes or else the course is removed.
Karl J. Ahlrichs, SHRM-SCP, SPHR is a Human Resources professional with more than 30 years of experience who trains organizations on ethics and risk management in general and Harassment Avoidance in particular.
He is a national presenter and author, a BLI Thought leader, and, as Senior Consultant at Gregory & Appel, has presented on complex HR topics to multiple industries. He has facilitated an invitation-only roundtable for CFOs for more than 20 years, and has been named the SHRM Human Resource Professional of the Year for the State of Indiana.