Building a Service Culture

Five Problems to Overcome When Building a Superior Service Culture

Watch Ron Kaufman speak about overcoming these five roadblocks (5 minutes) Leaders often make mistakes when building a service culture throughout an organization. It’s not an easy task. To develop a culture that demonstrates true service leadership in your field, you must avoid these five common mistakes: 1. The frontline lacks top-down support. Often when …

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Launch from the Top Down and from the Bottom Up

When you build an uplifting service culture in a large organization, senior leaders must initiate the process. But ultimately all levels of leadership must embrace the project from the executives in the board room to supervisors on the shop floor. This is why Uplifting Service recommends a simultaneous “top down” and “bottom up” approach to …

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Involve Your Internal Service Providers from the Very Beginning

Where is the right place to start a service improvement program inside your organization? The answer may seem obvious. You start with team members who sell to and serve your customers. After all, customers are the ones who buy your products and use your services. They come back when they are happy and complain when …

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Promote a Service Vision and a Common Language to Eliminate Culture Roadblocks

Disconnects can easily occur across departments, and between levels in a large organization. For example, managers may focus on service metrics, benchmark scores and share of wallet, while frontline workers talk about today’s schedule, a colleague’s problem, or an angry customer’s remark. Excellent service in one office may mean something quite different in another. For …

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Laying the Groundwork for Our Five Best Practices for Creating Unbelievable Customer Experiences

Customer experience now reigns as the supreme brand differentiator, with no shortage of data to back it up. An article in Forbes reports that today an estimated 89% of companies compete primarily on the basis of customer experience – up from just 36% in 2010. Another publication reports that poor customer experience is costing U.S. companies $136.8 billion per year due to …

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Recruit for Attitude First!

Recruitment advertisements often emphasize the skills and experience required to apply for a job. This is understandable, but is also a mistake. Organizations should place more emphasis on recruiting the right attitudes during the hiring process. When you want to build an uplifting service culture, attitudes can be even more important than skills.

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