Working Remotely? 5 Customer Service Tips to Help

Working Remotely? 5 Customer Service Tips to Help

Dear Friends… My guess is we’ve all ‘worked’ remotely at some time. Just not all the time. Hey, some of us work while on vacation. (That’s REAL REMOTE.) Which brings me to the point of this short blog and fun video. We’ve been getting emails on:...
Let’s Not Let Our Customer Service Go to Hell in a Hand Basket

Let’s Not Let Our Customer Service Go to Hell in a Hand Basket

By Nancy Friedman, Founder, Chairman, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training, Keynote Customer Service Speaker PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT: Fortunately, our www.serviceskills.com training platform is used all over the world and 100% safe and in compliance with all social...
Will Customer Service be better or worse after COVID 19?

Will Customer Service be better or worse after COVID 19?

Many of you are aware and already online with us at our boutique, 14 series, 150+ module popular online learning platform for both internal and external customers. A division of Telephone Doctor, our ServiceSkills.com is 100% safe and in compliance with all social...
Business Friendly Customer Service

Business Friendly Customer Service

By Nancy Friedman, Keynote Customer Service Expert on Sales and Communications; President, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training   When you take the “friendly” out of Business Friendly, the only thing you have left is business – business as usual. And we all...
A Great Hiring Tip You Need & May Not Be Using

A Great Hiring Tip You Need & May Not Be Using

By Nancy Friedman, Customer Service Expert; Keynote Speaker; President, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training I usually start with “This is a true story.” However, since all my stories are ‘true,’ someone told me I don’t need to say that....
Short Training Video on Business Friendly Customer Service

Short Training Video on Business Friendly Customer Service

Every call is unique – don’t become desensitized! In most service situations, it’s very common to handle repetitive calls. The same issues over and over. We need to remember that to the customer, this is the first interaction they’ve had with...