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Friday, September 19, 2014

YOU CAN FIND COMPLETE HAPPINESS AND JOY FOREVER IN THE CUSTOMER CARE LIFESTYLE!

YOU CAN FIND COMPLETE HAPPINESS AND JOY FOREVER
IN THE CUSTOMER CARE LIFESTYLE!

Details at . . .
www.CustomerCareLifestyle.com


Rev.Bill McGinnis

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Introducing The Customer Care Lifestyle, Which Can Bring You Happiness And Joy Forever

Introducing The Customer Care Lifestyle, Which Can Bring You Happiness And
Joy Forever

www.CustomerCareLifestyle.com

"Treat everyone like you own a business and they are your very best
customers."

By Rev. Bill McGinnis, Director - Internet Church Of Christ -
LoveAllPeople.org
Search our pages => http://loveallpeople.org/searchallpages.html

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HAPPINESS AND JOY FOREVER? HOW CAN THAT BE?
It is true because the Customer Care Lifestyle
fulfills God's One Law for all Mankind, which
is, "Love all people as yourself."
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. . . You accomplish this by following the BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CUSTOMER
CARE, as shown below.

http://www.loveallpeople.org/basicprinciplesofcustomercare.html


. . . You can TAKE THE COURSE and Get Your Certificate!

First, go to
http://www.loveallpeople.org/basicprinciplesofcustomercare.html and read
the material.
Then . . .

1. Take the Free Practice Test at =>
http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=NzU1Mjky4X22 and
2. Take the Certification Test ($15.00) at =>
http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=NzU3MDk2XJFU&id=756831&ew=530

Both of these test are "Open Book" tests, so you may refer to the Basic
Principles Of Customer Care which should still be visible on your computer
screen.





Basic Principles Of Customer Care, At The Institute For Best Customer Care
- www.bestcustomercare.org

HTML version of this page, with complete active links, is at =>
http://www.bestcustomercare.org/basicprinciplesofcustomercare.html




Keywords: Basic Principles Of Customer Care Institute For Best Customer
C

Welcome to ...
The Basic Principles Of Customer Care
At The Institute For Best Customer Care
For Everyone In Your Company, From Top To Bottom
A Service Of The Institute For Best Customer Care - Rev. Bill McGinnis,
Director

The Basic Principles Of Customer Care


Compiled And Edited By Bill McGinnis



FIRST SOME DEFINITIONS, AS USED HERE:

YOU - means you, yourself, the reader of this page, whoever you may
be.
YOUR COMPANY - is any organization of which you are a part.
YOUR CUSTOMER - is any person who visits your company, either online
or in person, in order to obtain something from it.
CUSTOMER CARE - is how you treat your customers.


1. TREAT YOUR CUSTOMERS AS YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE TREATED IN THE SAME
SITUATION
This an application of the "The Golden Rule," our most important guideline
for dealing with other people, which is, "Treat Others As You Would Like
To Be Treated." This is the most important rule in all human
relationships, not just customer relationships. You can apply this rule to
almost any situation, and you will not be far wrong.


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2. LEARN TO SEE AND FEEL FROM YOUR CUSTOMER'S POINT OF VIEW.
You like it when the other person understands your point of view and can
see problems the way you see them. So do the same for your customer. Learn
to see and feel every situation from your customer's point of view. The
ability to do this is called "empathy," and it will help you in all kinds
of human relationships, not just customer relationships.

Learn to "laugh when they laugh and cry when they cry."

NOTE: For more about empathy, you can visit the free Christian Empathy
Training Website at =>
http://www.loveallpeople.org/empathytraininginstitute.html Please be
advised that this website does contain some religious content based on
Progressive Biblical Christianity. Employers should not require their
employees to use this link.


3. SMILE AND BE FRIENDLY.
You like it when people smile at you and behave in a friendly manner. So
do the same to your customers. It is an ancient Chinese proverb, that "the
shop owner must have a friendly face."


4. BE COURTEOUS AND RESPECTFUL
You like it when people are courteous and respectful to you. And you
dislike it when people are discourteous or rude to you. So be courteous
and respectful in all of your dealings with your customers.


5. IF POSSIBLE, LEARN AND REMEMBER YOUR CUSTOMER'S NAME, AND USE IT
FREQUENTLY.
You like it when other people remember and use your name. So do the same
for your customers.


6. DON'T ARGUE.
Arguments are very negative. They poison good human relationships. You
don't like it when someone argues with you. So don't argue with your
customers. And if you see an argument coming, take the appropriate steps
to avoid it before it causes any damage.


7. DON'T CRITICIZE OR EXPRESS DISSATISFACTION WITH YOUR CUSTOMER IN ANY
WAY.
Criticism builds hostility and bad attitudes. Criticism is poison to good
Customer Care. You don't like to be criticized; so don't criticize your
customers. They don't like it, either. And you won't help accomplish
anything good by criticizing. As your mother probably taught you, "If you
can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." But even better:
find something nice to say.



8. GIVE YOUR FULL ATTENTION TO YOUR CUSTOMERS WHEN THEY ARE TALKING.
You like it when people pay full attention to you when you are talking. So
do the same for your customers. Don't be half-trying to do something else,
or playing with your smartphone.


9. WHERE APPROPRIATE, TALK ABOUT YOUR CUSTOMER'S INTERESTS.
You like to have other people talk with you about your interests. So do
the same for them. Find out what things your customer is interested in,
and steer the conversation toward these things.


10. WHERE APPROPRIATE, ADMIT YOU MAY BE WRONG.
This idea is surprisingly powerful and useful!

Here's what to say, whenever there is a question as to a matter of fact:
"Now, I may be wrong about this. I frequently am wrong about things. But
this is the way it appears to me:" (And then state your beliefs.)

By admitting you may be wrong, and by admitting that you frequently are
wrong (You are, you know. We all are.), you encourage the other person to
admit that he, too, may be wrong! Then, with your egos out of the way, you
can both search objectively for the truth!

And if you really are wrong this time, it will be much less embarrassing
for you than if you had been stubbornly insisting that you were totally
right!


11. LET YOUR CUSTOMER DO MOST OF THE TALKING.
You like it when people let you do most of the talking. So do the same for
them. It won't hurt you, and you might learn something.


12. LET YOUR CUSTOMER TALK ABOUT HIMSELF.
You like to talk about yourself, don't you? We all like to talk about
ourselves! But restrain the urge, and let your customer talk about
himself, instead.


13. LET YOUR CUSTOMER TAKE THE CREDIT WHEN GOOD THINGS HAPPEN.
If something has worked out well, don't grab the credit for yourself, even
if you think you deserve it. Give it to your customer. Say, "It couldn't
have happened without you."


14. LET YOUR CUSTOMER SAVE FACE.
The expression "saving face" means to maintain dignity, or not to look
like an idiot or a worthless person. Sometimes people do things which make
them look like an idiot or a worthless person. If you can rescue your
customer in such a situation, and help him maintain his dignity, you have
done a very good thing.

And maybe someone will do the same for you some day, when you need it
most! "As you do, so shall it be done unto you."


15. REMEMBER: WHEN YOU ARE WITH A CUSTOMER, YOU ARE THE COMPANY TO HIM.
Your customer's opinion of your company may be based almost entirely on
his experience with you. So make that a good experience, to the best of
your ability.


16. HOLD YOURSELF TO HIGH AND NOBLE STANDARDS, AND EXPECT THE SAME FROM
OTHERS IN YOUR COMPANY.
People tend to live up to the expectations others have of them. If you
expect a lot from people, they tend to give what you expect. Likewise, if
you expect little from people, that is what they tend to give.
So act honestly yourself, and expect honesty from your co-workers; act
morally yourself, and expect morality from your co-workers; act fairly
yourself, and expect fairness from your co-workers. Be a good example to
them.


17. GO THE EXTRA MILE.
You are pleasantly surprised when other people do more for you than you
had asked or more than you had expected. So do the same for your customer:
"Go the extra mile," to be pleasant and helpful in all respects.

BLESSINGS TO YOU, AND BEST WISHES FOR YOU IN YOUR CUSTOMER CARE.

Yours, Rev. Bill McGinnis

billmcginnis@loveallpeople.org

Adapted for Customer Care purposes by Rev. Bill McGinnis,
based on his earlier document, "The Twenty-One Greatest Ideas
In Human Relationships." http://www.loveallpeople.org/the21.html




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So Now It's Time To TAKE THE COURSE and Get Your Certificate!

1. Take the Free Practice Test at =>
http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=NzU1Mjky4X22 and
2. Take the Certification Test ($15.00) at =>
http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=NzU3MDk2XJFU&id=756831&ew=530

Both of these test are "Open Book" tests, so you may refer to the Basic
Principles Of Customer Care which should still be visible on your computer
screen
* * * * *
The Golden Rule Puts The Law Of Love Into Action

"Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to
you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets."
Jesus, as quoted in Matthew 7:12 (KJV)
Search all pages in The LoveAllPeople.org Network,
using the search box below . . .

http://www.loveallpeople.org/searchallpages.html

Blessings to you. May God help us all.

Rev. Bill McGinnis, Director - LoveAllPeople.org





We are . . . Internet Church Of Christ - LoveAllPeople.org - Teaching the
practical Christian life.
"Treat Others As You Would Like To Be Treated."


You can follow Rev. Bill McGinnis on Twitter, at =>
http://www.twitter.com/revbillmcginnis
God's One Law For All Mankind: "Love All People As Yourself."

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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Basic Principles Of Customer Care: An Online Course

Basic Principles Of Customer Care: An Online Course



http://www.alexandriaonlineacademy.com/course-basicprinciplesofcustomercare.html

By Rev. Bill McGinnis, Director - www.LoveAllPeople.org



TAKE THE COURSE AND GET YOUR CERTIFICATE ! In Three Easy Steps

1. Read and study the course content at =>
http://www.loveallpeople.org/basicprinciplesofcustomercare.html

2. Take the Practice Test at =>
http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=NzU1Mjky4X22

3. Take the Certification Test at =>
http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=NzU3MDk2XJFU&id=756831&ew=530




We are . . . Internet Church Of Christ - LoveAllPeople.org - Teaching the
practical Christian life.
"Treat Others As You Would Like To Be Treated."


You can follow Rev. Bill McGinnis on Twitter, at =>
/http://www.twitter.com/revbillmcginnis

God's One Law For All Mankind: "Love All People As Yourself."


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Blessing to you in Jesus Christ our Lord.

Rev. Bill McGinnis

Director - www.LoveAllPeople.org
Pastor - www.InternetChurchOfChrist.org

bmcgin@patriot.net

Sunday, June 22, 2014

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

For All Customers And Customer-Contact Personnel: This message is for you.

Are You A Customer Of Any Company, Or A Customer-Contact Person?

For All Customers And Customer-Contact Personnel: This message is for you.

There is now a single web page which clearly summarizes the things which
all Customer-Contact personnel should be providing to their customers.

It is named "Basic Principles Of Customer Care" and it is located at:

http://www.loveallpeople.org/basicprinciplesofcustomercare.html and
http://www.goldstarcustomercare.com and
http://www.bestcustomercare.org

Many blessings to you.

Rev. Bill McGonnis, Director
www.LoveAllPeople.org

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