Service Strategy: The Ability to Dominate Your Market & Crush Your Competition with Superior Service

Updated: November 18, 2010

There are 6 steps critical to driving a service strategy:

1. Top management must understand the strategy and focus on implementing the strategy.

2. The firm needs to explore policies and procedures which have no real value and detract from a positive customer experience.

3. Everyone must be empowered.

4. Service leaders are very carful about who they hire. They hire for attitude.

5. Everyone must be trained on the skills of customer service. This is an art. A new program must be introduced at least every 4-6 months.

6. The results need to be tracked through hard numbers.

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