THE RIGHT PHRASE FOR EVERY SITUATION . . . EVERY TIME As an office professional, you are the point person for critical day-to-day activities. That means effective communication with your manager and internal and external stakeholders is key to the success of your office and organization. Perfect Phrases for Office Professionals has hundreds of ready-to-use phrases for any situation you're likely to face. From defining your role in the office to promoting interdepartmental communication to getting the credit you deserve, this handy, quick-reference guide provides the most effective language to: Establish a quality relationship with your manager Clarify and manage assignments Get results without formal authority Handle customer complaints like a pro
Ignore a valid complaint and you could be the next viral sensation for all the wrong reasons. But give in to every demand and you may be consumed with the often petty complaints of your worst customers and wind up pandering to them with freebies, discounts, and special attention. That will cost you time and money, and perhaps worse, do little or nothing to solve the root problem. Dealing with Difficult Customers will show you: How to stop using gimmicks and trick promotions to encourage repeat business and the alternatives that will keep your customers salivating for more. How "Hungry Hippos" and "Problem Children" are sapping your employees time and energy and what to do about them. The behaviors that turn great customers into dissatisfied critics and how to change them.
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