Key Learning Points
- Increase revenue by teaching staff how to avoid common customer frustrations that result in lost sales
- Maximize customer lifetime value by teaching skills that positively impact customer satisfaction
- Create positive word-of-mouth and referral business by showing staff how to meet customer expectations and practice service recovery
Why Are You Making It So Hard... for me to give you my money?
Best Product of 2009
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A customer approaches your place of business, fully intending to buy something. Then, it happens…something frustrates the customer to the point where she changes her mind and leaves without spending a dime. The "it" is a "WAYMISH" and 2 out of 3 times, it results in the permanent loss of a customer.
WAYMISH is an acronym for: Why Are You Making It So Hard…for me to give you my money? It represents all the slights and indifferences made by employees and organizations that lead customers to believe that you don't really want their business. Things like not listening to what the customer is saying, putting policies ahead of common sense, not attempting to resolve complaints, etc.
Can you afford to create unhappy customers that take their business elsewhere?
Eliminate WAYMISHes and keep customers with this superb customer service program. Hidden-camera footage reveals service providers in retail, hospitality and banking committing all-too-common WAYMISHes. Then, the show's folksy host walks these employees through the things they can say and do to convey genuine service excellence.
Your trainees will love the way the show's host is COMPLETELY on their side--not trying to embarrass, not trying to preach--just suggesting new more effective ways to handle customer situations.
- Quickly Acknowledge Customers
- Listen Carefully
- Fix Problems on the Spot
- Find a Way To Say Yes
- Coach Each Other
Remember that being of service to all customers "IS your job"
The Supervisor Show component plays off the main show and further helps supervisors understand the unique role they play in setting the right tone and working with employees to prevent WAYMISHes.