Customer Service Skills now and for the future
Digitisation and changing technology, customer needs and behaviours mean that people working in customer service require broader skills and capabilities.
Problem-solving, commercial judgement and data analytics are some of the key skills required to succeed in an ever-evolving landscape. Similarly, empathy, personal connections, resilience and curiosity about ways to improve customer service are becoming increasingly valuable skills and behaviours for all service professionals.
This growing requirement for skills and capabilities means that many customer service roles are becoming more challenging and require a greater level of professionalism. At our webinar, we will explore the changing environment and the skills and behaviours required to deliver customer satisfaction and business success.
We will also hear firsthand from one of our members around how they are developing their people, recognising their customer service skills and establishing a culture of customer service professionalism.