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  • People who receive my outputPeople who pay meThey are the reason why “I do my job”People who want to avail my company’s services
  • Internal Customer- group of people you may serve within the organization External Customer- someone who depends on the timeliness, quality and accuracy of someone else’s work. These are customers who come to your organization for some services or products.
  • Good service is when the customer gets treatment that meets his/her expectationsBad Service is when customer gets treatmentwhich is less than his/her expectationsWhen the customer gets more than whathe/she expected or beyond his expectation,Good Service becomes Excellent Service
  • Excited, eager, passionate, whole hearted
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    • 1. Customer Service Seminar
      Charrie Rose Dulay
      Magic Appliance Center
    • 2. House Rules
    • 3. Objectives
      • To refresh participants with the basic understanding of the different sets of knowledge and skills about customer service.
      • 4. To provide participants with a foundation that will guide them in deciding what is good for their customers.
      • 5. To equip the participants with added knowledge which they can use in business outside of MAC when the opportunity presents itself.
      • 6. To learn from each other.
    • Expectations
    • 7. Who are your Customers?
    • 8. Customers are of two types:
      Internal customer
      External customer
    • 9. SERVICE
    • 10. Why is SERVICE so Difficult to Define Accurately?
      It is not tangible
      It can’t be measured/ weighed
      It is more emotional than rational
      You can sell it, but you cannot give a customer sample to take & show to another
      Having given it, the customer may not have acquired anything
    • 11. Service can be divided into 2 main types:
      Price, Quantity, Quality, Type of Equipment, Routine, Working method, Manning etc.
      It is personal service which upgrades a neutral impression about a service to a good impression.
    • 12. What is Customer Service?
    • 13. Self Assessment Activity
    • 14. Scoring:
      0-12 points: Bronze Level
      13-22 points: Silver Level
      23-30 points: Gold Level
    • 15. BRONZE
      Scoring at this level doesn’t mean that you don’t care about customers.
      You are a newcomer to service field. Still learning how to deal with customers
      You are a seasoned service provider but may have a little rusty on some of the basics that you once practiced.
      Job Suitability. People who just don’t enjoy dealing with customers or helping others. They just work better by themselves
    • 16. SILVER
      You have a solid understanding of basic but you are not using them consistently.
      On good days you give good service and on bad days you give bad service.
      Become more consistent with your attitude.
      It takes about 30days to form a new habit, so practice even you don’t feel like it.
      “ Ningas-Kugon” “Moody”
    • 17. GOLD
      You are a professional.
      You are ready for larger challenges.
      Train your co-worker and be contagious to others.
      Consider other perspective.
      Let people you know and trust evaluate you.
    • 18. Customer Service
      vs. Core Service
    • 19. Core Service vs. Customer Service
      Core Service: is the service or product your organization provides to its customers- your “reason for being”
      Customer Service: includes all of the interactions you have with a customer while you are conducting the business
    • 20. Customer Service
      Is the act of giving assistance.
      An avenue for current profitability
      It’s a brand!
      It is also about treating customers with respect, individuality, and personal attention
      Customer service is a function of how well an organization meets the needs of its customers
      A customer defines good customer service as how she perceives that an organization has delighted her, by exceeding to meet her needs.
    • 21.
      • A good customer service agent is
      • 22. one who has the right mix of head and a heart. One who enjoys his work and has the right attitude towards life. Of all the qualities ATTITUDE is the most important one.
    • What is Attitude?
      • Attitude is the way we perceive things and situations in our life.
      • 23. Attitude could be positive as well as negative.
      • 24. It is necessary to show a positive attitude while dealing with customers.
      • 25. Positive attitude brings confidence and energy into a person.
      • 26. Positive attitude help a person to cope stress and problems in a better way.
    • 27. The four skills are:
      1. Acknowledging
      2. Appreciating
      3. Affirming
      4. Assuring
    • 28. What Kind of
      Customer Service
      We are expected to provide?
    • 29. Good Customer ServiceBad Customer Service Excellent Customer Service
    • 30. Why Customer Service Matter ?
    • 31. Good customer service equals to:
      Commercial Survival
      Job security
      Good self-image
    • 32. Behavior that TURN-OFF Customers
    • 33. 1. APATHY
      Lack of enthusiasm or energy
    • 34. 2. Brush- Off
      To dismiss somebody abruptly
    • 35. 3. Snobby and pretentiously kind manner.
    • 36. 4.Rule-Book
      Dependent to a book or pamphlet containing rules of activity.
    • 37. 5.Run-Around
      To spend a lot of time to somebody
      6. Different Standards- whether exceeds or below
    • 38. The 7 Key Things The Customer Wants
      1.Quick Result
      2.Simple-Fast Transaction
      3.Personal Attention
      Qualities that are important to our customers:
    • 4. Friendly, caring service:
      • Being interested
      • 44. Warm friendly responses.
      5. Flexibility
      Customer want the person to “jiggle” the system to make it work for them. They don’t want to hear “No”
    • 45. 6. Problem resolution
      • Business problems
      • 46. Non-business problem
      7. Recovery
      If and when mistake is made, customer wants you to take care of it quickly and to their satisfaction
    • Some Startling Statistics
      Only 4% of customers actually complain
      Around 75% of the complaining customers will do business with you again, if you act quickly
    • 50. Out of the entire customers you lost:
      1% die
      3% move away
      9% go away for cheaper prices
      19% are chronic customers
      Customers go elsewhere because the
      people they deal with are indifferent to
      their needs 68%.
      68% leave due to bad service
    • 51. G U E S T
      G- Greet the customers
      U- Understand customer needs
      E- Explain FFAB
      S- Suggest additional items
      T- Thank the customer
    • 52. CUSTOMER SERVICE is ?
      80 % attitude and 20 % technique
      a mixture of knowledge and skills
      reflects the whole corporate culture
      is not a smile campaign
    • 53. What is Customer Service Attitude?
      “Customer Service Attitude is the inherent ability to look at every interaction with the customer as an opportunity for customer delight and service excellence”
    • 54. Displaying Customer Service Attitude
      1. Projecting Confidence
      2. Thinking Positive
      3. Using Positive Language
      4. Being Enthusiastic
      5. Conveying Speed or urgency
      6. Taking Ownership or accountability
      7. Being Courteous
    • 55. CONFIDENCE
      “ Who has Confidence in himself will gain the confidence of others”
      Our beliefs fuel our actions.
      Positive beliefs lead to positive actions
      and negative beliefs lead to negative actions.
      The way you
      express yourself
      will affect
      whether your message
      is received positively
      or negatively
    • 59. Conveying Speed or Urgency
      Your problem is important
      Taking Ownership
      To the customer you are the Company
      Politeness goes far yet costs nothing
      Thank you
    • 60. E X A M
    • 61. Customer Service
      is a mixture of
    • 62. KNOWLEDGE
      reflects thorough knowledge of:
      The products or services you supply
      The external customers for those products and services
      The systems and procedures of your organization
      The network of internal customers with whom you work
    • 63. SKILLS
      reflects competence in certain essential skills
      Getting it right the first time
      Listening to customers
      Handling complaints in constructive way
      Being assertive when under pressure
      Communicating clearly
      Making it easier for your colleagues to help customer
    • 64. Customer Service
      reflects the whole corporate culture
    • 65. This reflects :
      Policies- clear corporate standards of quality behavior, linked to consistent marketing messages ( what the organization promises, it must be deliver!)
      Administrative Procedures- that does not sabotage the best effort of employees to be responsive to customers
      Management Style
    • 66. Customer Service is NOT a smile campaign !
      • The quality of
      WHAT you deliver
      • The quality of
      HOW you deliver
    • 67. FACTS about CUSTOMERS…
      • There is only one boss. The Customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.
      • 68. When the customer comes first, the customer will last.
      • 69. The golden rule for every business man is this: 'Put yourself in your customer's place.'‘
    • When we learn to appreciate one
      another’s differences,
      we become more
      willing to listen,
      more open to new ideas
      and more eager to grow.
    • 70. Turn Complaints Into Opportunities
    • 71. Benefits of Complaints
      Improved procedures
      Elimination of product defect
      More skillful customer service behavior
      Higher performance standards
      Customer- focused management
    • 72. Handling COMPLAINTS
      Appreciate/Thank the customer for sharing the complaint
      2. Apologize for the error / mistake / inconvenience.
      3. Listen actively and nod from time to time showing interest
      4. Show Empathy – Put yourself in the customer’s place
    • 73. Handling Complaints
      5.Resolve, if it is within your control.
      6.If not solved immediately, take down the customer’s details (name, telephone number, address) to contact with the solution
      7.Do follow up till the customer is satisfied
      REMEMBER: Don’t take customers’ complaints personally
    • 74. Responding to customers REQUEST
      Be sure to understand the question or request before responding.
      Be sure the information you provide is accurate and current. If you are unsure, advise the customer you will need to get back to him. Specify time frame.
      Do not promise or simply something will be done if it is outside your ability to provide.
    • 75. Consumer Rights
    • 76. Consumer Rights
    • 77. Consumer Rights
    • 78. Consumer Rights
    • 79. Consumer Rights
    • 80. Consumer Rights
    • 81. Consumer Rights
    • 82. Consumer Rights
    • 83. Consumer Rights
      replacement or repair of product or services
      restitution or rescission of contract
      reimbursement to complainant of amount spent in pursuing the complaint
    • 85. Consumer Rights
      Civil Action
      awards of damages
      replacement or repair of product or services
      refund of payment made
      restitution or rescission of contract
      reimbursement to complainant of amount spent in pursuing the complaint
    • 86. Consumer Rights
      Criminal Action
      defendant, if found guilty by the court, can be sentenced to imprisonment or payment of fine or both: at the discretion of the court
    • 87. Consumer Rights
      Within two (2) years from the time the consumer transaction was consummated or the deceptive or unfair and unconscionable act or practice was committed, and in case of hidden defects, from discovery hereof.
    • 88. Telephone Etiquette
    • 89. Telephone Techniques
      Smile before answering the phone.
      Answer the phone in three rings or less.
      Give your company name and your name when answering the phone.
      Use proper language and warm, friendly voice tone.
      Be courteous and pleasant.
      Be helpful. Tell the customer the action you are going to take.
    • 90. Proper way of answering telephone call-
      MAC Branch
      Basta APPLIANCE, Magic (BRANCH)!
      (Good Morning/Good Afternoon)
      This is (employee’s name). How May I help you?
      MAC Branch with Furniture
      Basta APPLIANCE and FURNITURE, Magic (BRANCH)!
      (Good Morning/Good Afternoon)
      This is (employee’s name). How May I help you?
      Home Center-Urdaneta
      Magic Home Center Urdaneta
      (Good Morning/Good Afternoon)
      This is (employee’s name) How May I help you?
      Proper way of answering telephone call that was put on hold-
      This is (employee’s name),
      (Good Morning/Good Afternoon)
      How May I help you?
    • 91. Customer Service Principles
      “Customer service is more than just keeping customers satisfied. It is the art of creating LOYAL and REPEATING CLIENTS”
      EXCELLENT Customer Service Model
      “Excellent customer service is the process by which your organization delivers its services or products in a way that allows the customer to access it in the most efficient, fair, cost- effective, and delightful manner.”
    • 92. YOU must be your customers’ BEST choice !