RESILIENCY VIDEO – WHAT WE NEED – NOW MORE THAN EVER

RESILIENCY VIDEO – WHAT WE NEED – NOW MORE THAN EVER

By Nancy Friedman, Founder, Chairman, Customer Service Keynote Speaker, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training Resiliency:  NOW MORE THAN EVER  Short, sweet & to the point….. No matter how customer service is delivered – face-to-face, online or...
7 Ways to Lose Me with a LinkedIn Invitation

7 Ways to Lose Me with a LinkedIn Invitation

By: Nancy Friedman, Founder, Chairman, Customer Service Speaker; Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training In all transparency, I am not a LinkedIn expert. (Don’t even play one on TV; sorry had to say it.) But I am a good user of it and would like to offer a...
GOSSIP: A Short True Story + Good Follow Up

GOSSIP: A Short True Story + Good Follow Up

By Nancy Friedman, Founder, Chairman, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training, Keynote Customer Service Speaker Why it’s important to be a double checker. A while back I was sitting in my office & there was a knock on my door. It was one of our fairly new...
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...
“CAN I PICK YOUR BRAIN?”​ UMMM, Maybe Not.

“CAN I PICK YOUR BRAIN?”​ UMMM, Maybe Not.

By Nancy Friedman, Founder, Chairman, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training, Keynote Customer Service Speaker “Can I pick your brain?” This phrase seems to bother people. I can understand why. When you need help with a thought, idea, or problem,...
5 Points to  Answering Your Phone the Most Effective Way

5 Points to Answering Your Phone the Most Effective Way

By Nancy Friedman, Customer Service Expert; Founder & Chairman, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training Every day we’re all reminded of how phones are answered. Such a simple thing. And yet, it’s not often given its due respect. I know because of the mystery...