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Dale Carnegie Training

Managing Customer Expectations

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Description

It is a simple truth: individuals and organizations continue to do business with organizations that deliver on what they promise and treat customers fairly. You have far more potential to develop long lasting relationships and future business success by managing customer expectations in a consistent way.

In this session, you'll learn how to build trust and deepen business relationships by setting, monitoring, and influencing their expectations. It all starts with being able to accurately determine their initial expectations, and the reasons for each. After that, you can set realistic expectations with each customer, leverage sure-fire ways to exceed them, and follow an ongoing and consistent process to manage expectations in the future.

This workshop will help you:

  • Build relationships by managing customer expectations
  • Leverage the Pygmalion effect in your customer service and sales settings
  • Determine the expectations of customers and address them clearly

Outline

After this seminar, you will be able to:

  • Determine the expectations of customers
  • Leverage the Pygmalion effect in your customer service and sales settings
  • Use the 9 sure-fire approaches to exceeding customer expectations
  • Hold crucial "setting expectations" conversation with your customers
  • Use the seven principles for setting expectations
  • Follow a consistent and effective process to manage customer expectations

Who should attend

Sales representatives and account executives who need to manage expectations with new or existing customers, or who want to enhance relationships with current customers. Customer service and support personnel who interact with customers and have opportunities to manage their expectations.

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