Information technology (IT) teams can transform customer experience w/ these steps even w/ high demand. Insights from IT customer service coach Kate Nasser.
CIOS, IT Directors, Managers – If your customers still say you lack customer focus, use these 12 insights to reshape your information technology culture and deliver the ultimate IT customer service.
Super customer service experience is about positive feelings but leaders grouse that they can’t build a business on the randomness of feelings. Well customer feelings are NOT random. Look behind the impact of the customer’s request and you’ll find the pain and then deliver the gain — for them and for you.
IT Customer Service training teaches empathy to logic based teams. From this you get org. collaboration & cross teamwork between technical and non-technical teams. After 25 years of teaching IT Customer Service to programmers, operations staff and tech support reps, I share in this post some of the keys to doing it. They are very capable of developing great people skills.
Once again, from my work with information technology (IT) teams, I am compelled to write about leaders risking quality service with the risky thought of delivering support via email only. Some claim it increases quality by avoiding tone of voice and increasing audit capability. Yikes! U-turn from this thinking. There are at least 3 damaging effects.
There is one customer service recovery moment where many leaders, teams, and reps. falter. Here’s the trap, the reasons, the risks & a winning path to success for customer service, customer care, and technical support organizations.
CIOs, IT directors, and technical support managers of many companies face one universal challenge — cross teamwork between the front line service desk and onsite support. Here are 4 critical steps to meeting this challenge with great success!
CIOs, the threat to IT customer service is not technical mindset – it’s blocked teamwork. Customers want productivity: prevent problems or unite to solve. Consider these 3 blocks and how to remove them.
Customer service and tech support leaders often ask me how to respond to team members who ask: “Why must we treat customers better than they treat us?” You might think this is a cry for fair and equal treatment. Some of it is. The rest is envy. Build fulfillment with these approaches to squelch this debilitating feeling.