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Getting citizens to pay their back taxes is not an easy task for anyone. However, the city of Syracuse in New York, has found a novel way to motivate   residents to pay their back taxes: personal notes handwritten by city officials. The city has collected nearly $1.5 million more dollars than it predicted it would […]
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  Walt Disney World recently did the unthinkable:  they closed down the Magic Kingdom theme park at 4:30 p.m. and then reopened and rolled out the red carpet.  The reopening was not for famous celebrities or kings and queens, but for their own longtime cast members. There is great value in longtime employees; they know […]
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  Chick-Fil- A knows it’s the little things that build customer loyalty. So, they have created a new advertising campaign promoting the little things they do to show they really do care about their customers.One ad is about a Chick-Fil- A employee who saved the $3.00 change that a drive -up customer forgot to get […]
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The culture of tomorrow, begins with the people you hire today. The hiring process gives clues to potential employees as to what your culture is like and who you hire will be a reflection of how your employees ultimately treat your customers. Looking through the lens of the job applicant, HR has several opportunities to […]
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  I live in a home with a lot of windows and have lived here for almost 17 years. About 15 years ago, I found a window washing service that I liked and since then have only used this small company. There is actually an emotional connection between myself and A Perfect Services. What differentiates […]
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Summer college tours are in full swing. Across most university campuses, it is not hard to find large groups of young, curious faces following a designated school leader around a campus listening to a prepared spiel . It’s also not unusual to see a group of older adults (parents) trailing behind a few feet trying […]
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  Guests tell Disney that the least favorite part of their theme park experience is the” wait in line.” Over the years, Disney has tried to mitigate that part of the ride process. They started with creating the queue in a snake-like design to let guests talk to other guests they passed to make the […]
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Last week I was working on a large university campus training internal managers to become trainers of a customized 3 hour staff workshop on Service Excellence. This was the culmination of several months of prior work that involved developing a Service Philosophy and Service Standards, creating a Service Excellence Team, and conducting Manager Workshops. The […]
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