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Developing World Class Customer Service


· What is "World Class Customer Service" and who is responsible for delivering it?

· Determining the customer experience cycle.

· Knowing what is most critical to your customer, what are your most essential service(s) and/or product(s). How do we know this?

· Review the customer experiences: How can we make them more successful and enjoyable? Attend to the feeling level of the customer.

· Developing and implementing systems to maintain consistency.

· Become comfortable with the uncomfortable Where are there potential problems and how do we want to deal with them? Challenges are opportunities to be heroes.

· Recognizing the role of management in WCCS: internal WCCS, an environment where managers and employees support and appreciate one another and create a very special place to work.

· Creating a sense of “Best in class.”

· Sharing “above and beyonds” so that the collective attention is always recognizing great service and being inspired to provide it.

· Determining a method for picking priorities and choosing which to start with first. Thinking through the daily triage of cost, quality and service: The experience is most important. The greater the experience the less cost is a factor.



For each core concept, we:

· Understand the purpose of learning the concept and why it can be of value (Questions and Socratic dialogue are often used)

· Discuss

· Apply

· Implement

· Review as a group (Repeat)


Ideas and concepts are discussed in light of their potential usefulness. Then, in the classroom they are planned and practiced (often through role-playing) in a manner that is relevant to their application to the team. The ideas are then sequentially implemented with the team. The participants continue to meet together on a regular basis to share wins and challenges and help each other improve.



Duration of each course is determined by number of participants and their degree of development. Follow-up Coaching goes on for a minimum of 6 months following initial training. Coaching is done individually and lasts 15-20 minutes every 2-3 weeks. Purpose of coaching program: To provide a reflection of one’s choices and support for progress.


Sessions are 90-120 minutes each for participants with similar types of responsibilities. Training groups can be as large as 10. They are usually held 2-3/week over a period of 6-10 weeks. Then once every two weeks for two months.


Course content includes four core life principles and fundamental insight into relationships. (Two 90 minute sessions.)


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