1-Day Course on How to Respond to and Manage Customer Complaints
Complaint handling is an essential and useful skill. Whether it is your customer who is complaining, or your client, supplier or even your colleague, you have a great opportunity to see yourself from another’s point of view. This feedback can prove to be invaluable and the handling of such criticism can do wonders for the image and productivity of your business.
It is often said that the way you handle a complaint is far more important than the solution you provide. Indeed, research shows that skilled handling can lead to long term customer loyalty. There is also an increased likelihood that your customers will let others know about your great service.
Handling complaints well requires practice and an exposure to a wide variety of situations. This course is fundamentally designed around examples and scenarios that will accelerate this exposure and help participants go through a series of common scenarios.
Critical examples are provided on how a particular situation can be addressed poorly and what better alternatives exist in handling such situations. By observing bad attitudes and conversations, delegates can quickly learn what doesn’t work and why. This helps them to remember the skills longer and apply them more successfully in real world situations.
Delegates get to participate in interactive exercises, group activities and roleplays to master the skills and become better at handling confrontations, aggressive or difficult people.
As always, the training resources contain all your need to run a course on handling complaints, including numerous exercises, workbook and comprehensive trainer notes.
In this highly practical course delegates will learn:
Why people complain?
Complaint Handling Scenarios
What are the common challenging scenarios when handling complaints or serving customers?
How to handle aggressive complainers
How to stop people from using others as an audience when complaining
What to avoid when handling complaints to reduce the likelihood of confrontations?
How to deal with slow speakers
How to manage careless remarks
What is assertiveness?
How to be assertive
Course Duration: 1 Day