How Much Business Are You Losing Due to Poor Customer Service?

How Much Business Are You Losing Due to Poor Customer Service?

By Nancy Friedman, Keynote Customer Service Speaker, Founder, Chairman, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training   THE ANSWER: Untold Millions.    We might never know the “exact” amount of money that is lost every day by companies in all...

It’s Always Important, but Never is Customer Service More Important Than the Holidays

By Nancy Friedman, Keynote Customer Service Expert; Founder, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training   The holidays are fast approaching and with it comes hiring additional seasonal workers to meet demand, help shoppers, and increase sales. Starting on Black...
What’s Your Customer Service Grade Point Average?

What’s Your Customer Service Grade Point Average?

By Nancy Friedman, Founder & President Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training, Customer Service Speaker   How would you rate your businesses customer service? On an A to F scale? Do you train your employees or do you just wing-it when it comes to customer...
The Art of Giving Directions

The Art of Giving Directions

By Nancy Friedman, Keynote Speaker, Customer Service Expert; Founder and President, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training, St. Louis, MO Yes, it’s an art. If you are a location where people call and ask, “Where are you located?” this is for you. I’ve had to call...
Will Your Customer Service Pass or Fail This Holiday? 5 Tips to Help.

Will Your Customer Service Pass or Fail This Holiday? 5 Tips to Help.

By Nancy Friedman, Customer Service Expert and Keynote Speaker; President of Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training   The holidays are fast approaching. Few times are more important for your customer service. The holidays cannot only make your financial year...
How to be an Island of Excellence in an Ocean of Mediocrity

How to be an Island of Excellence in an Ocean of Mediocrity

By Nancy Friedman, Customer Service Speaker; President, Telephone Doctor Customer Service Training 8 out of 10 people will never do business with you again and won’t tell you. You’ll never know why. They just go away. 8 out of 10 people will tell 11 others how bad you...