Customer satisfaction cannot be bottoms up driven. While excellent work can be done by customer facing personnel such as customer service call centers, or customer support personnel, sales teams and business partners, if the senior executive team do not have a commitment to customer satisfaction, the results will be sub optimal. And the front line employees will become increasingly frustrated with the lack of support for customer problems. Many employees are not included in senior executive meetings and strategy sessions so they cannot know for sure how their executives weigh in on customer satisfaction commitment but there are tell tale signs they can read that tell the story.

Here’s a little known fact. Most universities, colleges and management programs don’t teach enough about customer service management. Is it any wonder customers are so dissatisfied? This article cover 18 topics that could be included in a course on customer service at a college level.

When things go wrong in your organization, it is far better for the organization to be the one to announce the news. Tell your story rather than allowing someone else to break the news with their story. This will minimize damage control. Read the 7 things you should do right away.

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