×
On behalf of Sandler Training, our thoughts are with our clients and their families and businesses impacted by COVID-19. We are committed to working with you to help you and your business through these extraordinary times. Sandler is open but operating remotely in accordance with recommendations by the CDC to do our part to hopefully help ‘flatten the curve’ of the spread of the virus. We’re here for you and our community. Please don’t hesitate to call or email us to talk through your concerns. Best wishes for the health and safety of your families, teams, and clients.
Skip to main content
Peak Performance Management, Inc. | Pittsburgh, PA
 

This website uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience.
You can learn more by clicking here.

Frontline professionals that deal with a customer base on a daily basis play one of the most significant roles in any organizations.

At the end of the day your main priority is your customer’s satisfaction. Your frontline staff is probably well-trained in areas such as customer consulting, product/service maintenance, and even sometimes disaster management. The question is: Are they excellent communicators?

The real break down in some organizations is the gap between communication styles between the frontline professional and customer.

Here is an example:

Customer A and Customer B are looking to roll out two new programs and wanted information on how to do this.

Customer A may be a direct, bottom line, results oriented person that doesn’t have time to focus on non-essentials or details and just wants to know what a high level overview will be, and how it will impact his/her business.

Customer B may be a precise, exact, analytical, and systematic person. They may want to know every detail that will go into rolling out this new program step by step, every bit of information is necessary.

Miscommunication happens when the frontline representative fails to understand that unless Customer A and Customer B communicate the exact same way, the frontline representative must be able to have two totally different conversations about the same process.

Bottom line, if your frontline staff does not have the tools to quickly adapt to a client’s communication style, this may result in lost up-sell and cross-sell opportunities. Worse yet, It might even contribute the loss of that client.

Does your frontline have the skills, and techniques to quickly adapt?

Free Chapter: Customer Service The Sandler Way

Get a FREE sneak preview! Learn how to start generating more top-line revenue through your customer service teams.

Download Your Free Chapter Now

 

Make a comment

Share this article: