Course Description:

Even if you have a few years of experience working in customer service, it’s a good idea to continue working on developing the skills that are essential for your job. Doing so would benefit you in many ways. For example, it would allow you to identify and correct any bad habits that you may have developed, which ensures that you provide the best possible assistance to your customers. Some skills you may want to focus on include communication skills, listening skills, and questioning skills. In this course, which is the first in a series of four courses on intermediate-level customer service, we will be exploring the last two skills, teaching you tips for becoming a better listener and questioner. Learning objectives: – Learn five tips for improving your listening skills – Understand the importance of asking the right questions to your customers – Learn five tips for improving your questioning skills

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