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Customer Service Videos and DVDs

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  • 50 Ways To Keep Your Customers

    50 Ways To Keep Your Customers

    Paul Timm

    50 Ways To Keep Your Customers with Dr. Paul Timm provides those hands-on, do-it-now techniques and skills that will keep customers happy and ensure that they keep coming back.

  • A Complaint is a Gift

    A Complaint is a Gift

    Janelle M. Barlow

    Using Customer Feedback as a Strategic Tool  Show your team that complaints are an opportunity for everyone to learn & build customer relationships. True customer service isn’t catchy slogans or empty promises.

  • Actions and Attitudes

    Actions and Attitudes

    Providing Extraordinary Customer Service
    The biggest advantage one organization can have over another is its employees. This program offers participants an opportunity to develop their customer service and selling techniques.

  • An Inside Job:  Meeting Internal Customer Needs

    An Inside Job: Meeting Internal Customer Needs

    To demonstrate why and how people across a customer-facing organization must put internal customer care into practice.

  • Angry Customer

    Angry Customer

    Part of the Service Impact Series
    Caution! Find Out How to Calm – and Not Calm – the Caustic Client!

  • Are You With Me?

    Are You With Me?

    Through a series of humorous vignettes, you will learn the basics of telephone courtesy. From making calls, leaving messages, and putting people on hold, Are You With Me? connects all the rules of telephone courtesy to a single, easy-to-remember concept.

  • ART of Customer Service

    ART of Customer Service

    This customer service video offers fun and easy-to-remember guidelines to increase customer satisfaction.

  • Attitude Is Everything

    Attitude Is Everything

    Part of the Just A Call Away Series on telephone skills.
    Even over the telephone, the person at the other end of the line can see your attitude - and attitude counts for everything!

  • Best Service is No Service

    Best Service is No Service

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Bill Price President, Driva Solutions; Co-Founder, LimeBridge
    says that that companies should challenge the need for customer service in the first place.  

  • Beyond Close to the Customer

    Beyond Close to the Customer

    Tom Peters

    Tom Peters gives 20 proposals for improving customer service in this presentation in front of an audience.

  • Beyond Customer Service - Gracious Hospitality the Biltmore Way

    Beyond Customer Service - Gracious Hospitality the Biltmore Way

    Your insider's guide to a guest-centric team: a team focused on the guests' experience and your organization's reputation for excellence in customer service.

  • Building Your Team

    Building Your Team

    Recruiting, Interviewing & Hiring
    Great teams don't just happen - they are carefully crafted over time. This program presents the simple techniques you can use anywhere to meet new recruits and get them interested in joining your team.

  • But I Don't Have Customers

    But I Don't Have Customers

    But I Don't Have Customers! can help your employees learn to value each other, which results in increased performance throughout your entire organization. Business and Government versions available.

  • Call of the Mummy

    Call of the Mummy

    The Call of the Mummy uses entertaining, engaging vignettes featuring Customer Service Representatives in business, government and healthcare to illustrate the do's and don'ts of customer service on the phone.

  • Communication Lab 2.0

    Communication Lab 2.0

    When Email Just Isn't Enough
    In this humorous program, you'll learn when to use e-mail and when to use the telephone to communicate – and avoid customer service problems!

  • Creating Positive Impressions

    Creating Positive Impressions

    The Creating Positive Impressions training program looks at how people conduct themselves when greeting clients, working together, body language and how to conduct yourself when making a first impression.

  • Creating Winning Social Media Strategies

    Creating Winning Social Media Strategies

    Stanford Executive Briefings
    Charlene Li Founder, Altimeter Group shows us how companies can use social media tools to develop more intimate and beneficial relationships with customers. X

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