Excel in Customer Service

 from about.com

If your front-line people are fraying, remind them the trick to providing good customer service to all customers is going in with the right attitude.

So when you’re dealing with a customer, the person in front of you is not just another problem in an already busy day. He or she is an opportunity to make a difference to someone. That’s the kind of customer service attitude that will help you smile and really mean it – and send them away thinking good thoughts about your business and wanting to spread the word.

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