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

Excellence in customer service boils down to three basic ideas: give customers the attention they want, the respect they deserve, and the time to answer their questions and take care of their needs. This newly revised customer service video uses humorous scenes mixed in with first-person responses to tell viewers what customers really want.

Restaurant waiter Rick thinks he's great at customer service. But in actuality, he's forgetful, neglects his customer's needs, and he's a klutz. Rick soon learns that there really is an ART to customer service:

  • Attention—make the customer feel like they're your first priority.
  • Respect—recognize the customer's value.
  • Time—take enough time to satisfy the customer.

It seems so simple, yet today's customers generally feel that service has gotten worse. Use this customer service video to bring the message home to your employees and make it stick: customer service is an ART.

The ART of Customer Service

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"You have a great variety of products to choose from. We’ve ordered from you several times and have been impressed each time!"Melissa Moody

Training Manager
Greater Dayton RTA
Dayton, OH

"The training is going very well. Our Customer Survey is currently under way and many of our Agents have said the “Dealing with an Irate Customer” video has been the most helpful of all the videos.

The “Wednesday’s Touch” video is the department’s favorite. We are a call center and we discuss the similarities between holding a person’s hand face to face and holding a person’s hand over the phone.

Being able to have the employees log in at their desks saved 56 hours of phone time in one week. I do appreciate your help and the quick set up you provided so I could have the department through 4 classes before our survey started!

Thank you!"
Sheri Lucas

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The Members Group
Des Moines, IA