Why have those higher ed institutions that have implemented a culture of service excellence been successful? Three important reasons: 1. In a culture of service excellence, students and faculty feel they matter and belong. This is critical because students learn best where there is mutual care and respect. This is a part of the environment […]
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All levels of schools from Pre-K to College began classes last week. Both students and parents were either wowed and delighted by the organized systems in place and the treatment they received from the staff or they became frustrated, disappointed, and maybe even angry. The first few days of a new school year is an […]
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The most important point of contact you have with a customer is in the first few seconds of engagement. This contact sets the tone for the rest of the entire interaction. Think of when you go to visit a best friend after a long absence and you are so happy to see each other. It […]
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I received a letter from my insurance company with the notification that my flood insurance would be cancelled if I did not provide them with an elevation certificate because their records indicated this document was missing from my folder. I called and let them know this certificate was provided to them five years ago when […]
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Lessons learned from the Digital Banking Report that can be applied to any organization, shows the need for more focus on the customer experience. It has been proven that the power of the customer experience is the most important element of long-term competitive and financial success. According to a study by Kantar, banks and credit […]
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If managers truly want the delivery of excellent service to become a way of life in the department they lead, they must “walk the talk”. But, exactly,what are ways, a manager can do that? Following are seven simple actions for a manager to show in a visible fashion they are committed to customer service and […]
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