Customer Service – whose job is it in your business?

by newchapterlearning

When asking people to consider the question of responsibility around delivering customer service, it can be all too easy to see the delivery of customer service to be the remit of only those staff who have direct contact with customers. This is a very simplistic view of what customer service is all about.

A traditional clock serves the purpose of telling the time. However, the only element of the clock to do this is the face of the clock itself. How effective would the clock be if the cogs that turned the hands were broken, or the battery was dead?

It’s the same with customer service. The members of staff who face into the customer directly have a key role to play in the delivery of great service. They are the face of their business. However, without efficient processes and people to support those same staff in delivering to the customers needs and to support the efficient working of that business, then the overall customer service would very soon be degraded.

If you’re not already in a direct customer facing role ask yourself this question – “how do I deliver customer service?”

And I’m sure you’ll find you’re one of those all important cogs making sure your business is telling the right time!

New Chapter Learning help people who Plan, Design and Deliver all types of training with a specialism in Customer Service.

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One Comment to “Customer Service – whose job is it in your business?”

  1. Thank u For yr valuable thought for me.And i an very interested in customer service and help me to more learn about that.

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