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The 80/20 Customer Service Training Model
In business, and in life, small things matter most. Statistically it's not the 20% of our customer service activities that matter it's the 80/20 within the 20%.
This means that 5% of what our customer service team does each day (good or bad) creates 50% of their results
But what is that 5%?
Click here to watch this short video about the 80/20 Customer Service Training Model and how you can start using it in your business today!
How To Use This Customer Service Training Course
When you decide to use this customer service training course to build a solid foundation for your business you will receive access immediately and can begin your training on demand.
This also means you can train every member of your existing customer service team as well as any new customer service staff in the future because you get
to all of the training.
Click here to watch this short video to learn how your course will be delivered to you and your customer service representatives.
Train Your Customer Service Team For $1
This course is designed with a busy leader in mind. This means that you can grab your lifetime membership today and use the training
at your own pace
. You and your team can train forever to build a customer service foundation that will last a lifetime.
To assist you we will give you a suggested training outline but our training will fit into ANY schedule restraints you and your business may be having.
Can you improve your profits now and forever? Click here to start today for $1 and see for yourself.
Great Customer Service Is The Foundation Of Every Successful Business
"People tell an average of 9 others about a good customer service experience and 16 about a bad one."
By American Express Study on Customer Service
"It is 6-7 times more expensive to acquire a new customer than it is to keep a current one."
By Zunch Inc.
"82% of consumers in the U.S. said they stopped doing business with a company due to a poor customer service experience"
By Lora Kolodny
"A 5% increase in customer retention increases profits up to 125%"
By CRM Group Inc.