Healing Customer Relationships

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Healing Customer Relationships

  1. 1. Healing Customer Relationships® TrainingEnsuring stellar servicetakes its rightful place at Module Outlinethe forefront of your effortsto achieve business results What It Takes to Heal (10 minutes) • Participants discuss what sets them off as customers. • The facilitator introduces the HEAL guidelines. Guideline 1: Hear Out the Customer (1 hour, 10 minutes) • Participants watch a video of an employee who remains calm in a difficult situation. • Participants read about and discuss the productive and unproductive sides of the six parts of behavior. • Participants identify specific customer behaviors that “hook” them. • In pairs, participants practice identifying the six parts of behavior. • In pairs, participants identify recent customer interactions in which they got hooked and discuss ways to better manage similar situations in the future. Guideline 2: Ease the Tension (1 hour, 20 minutes) • The facilitator introduces seven techniques for defusing negative emotions. • Participants watch a video that illustrates the effective use of five defusing techniques. • In pairs, participants apply various defusing techniques to provided statements. Developing the 21st century workforce TM
  2. 2. • Participants watch a video that illustrates two • Describe four guidelines for effectively restoring defusing techniques that are effective with customer trust and confidence. customers who are highly upset. • Manage their reactions to emotional statements• As a large group, participants practice the from customers. technique, selectively agree. • Use defusing techniques with customers who are• Participants watch a video that illustrates the skill, angry or upset. lead to business. • Take appropriate actions to address and resolve• In trios, participants review provided scenarios and customers’ concerns satisfactorily. apply the lead to business skill. • Demonstrate commitment to the customer relation- ship and encourage customers to remain loyal.Guidelines 3 & 4: Act to Improve the Situation and Leave aPositive Impression (25 minutes) Duration: 4 hours• Participants watch a video of an employee using the HEAL guidelines. Maximum group size: 15 participants• The group reviews expectations customers have for Process recovery and discuss actions they can take to Participants will complete a variety of individual and restore customer trust and confidence when things group activities, skills practices, video segments, and go wrong. large group discussions that explore the following topics:Skills Practice and Action Planning (35 minutes) • Four guidelines for healing customer relationships• In groups, participants practice using the HEAL • Staying unhooked from negative feelings guidelines to respond to strong customer state- • Choosing productive responses ments, some of which are provided and some of • Techniques for defusing negative emotions which are written by the participants. • Ways to regain customer trust and confidence• Participants commit to using the HEAL guidelines, identifying three ways to apply them back on the job. • Action planningAudience Components availableAll employees • Facilitator kit (guide, video, wallcharts, activity support materials)PurposeTo develop skills that will help employees serve • Participant workbook with personal action plan andcustomers who are concerned, angry, or upset after a removable job aidsservice breakdown • Level 1 perception assessment (asynchronous PDF and hardcopy)Payoff • Level 2 mastery test (asynchronous PDF, hardcopy,Participants will be able to: and Web)• Explain why it is important for organizations to • Level 3 behavioral assessment (asynchronous PDF, heal relationships with customers who are hardcopy, and Web) frustrated or angry. • Follow-Up Skills Practice (synchronous PDF) • Multiple Manager-led Application Sessions World Headquarters (synchronous PDF) 8875 Hidden River Parkway, Suite 400 • Multiple reinforcement messages (asynchronous Tampa, Florida 33637 USA Toll Free: 800.456.9390 PDF and hardcopy) www.achieveglobal.com © 2010 AchieveGlobal, Inc. No. M01333 v1.0 (08/2010)

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