This is a short introduction to Product Management. In this course, you’ll learn what Product…
Working with angry or upset customers can be a big challenge. They can be unreasonable, demanding, and sometimes a customer’s anger feels like a personal attack. Service professionals are supposed to avoid taking this personally, but it’s only human to feel discouraged, frustrated, or even angry yourself when you serve people who are really upset. Over the course of ten daily lessons, you’ll learn proven ways to defuse customer anger and prevent people from boiling over. You will also discover simple techniques to recover the relationship after a service failure and eventually prevent customers from getting angry in the first place!
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Teacher: Jeff Toister
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Lesson 1. What Makes Your Customers Angry?
Lesson 2. Identify the Fight-or-Flight Instinct
Lesson 3. De-escalate Tense Situations through Listening
Lesson 4. The Partner Technique
Lesson 5. Avoid Words That Trigger Customer Anger
Lesson 6. Handle Abusive Behavior
Lesson 7. Recover an Angry Customer
Lesson 8. Prevent Unpleasant Surprises
Lesson 9. The Pre-emptive Acknowledgement
Lesson 10. Learn from Each Customer
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