Best Books of 2012 Offer Customer Service Strategies and Tactics
There are books on management techniques, employee empowerment and engagement,recognition and rewards, dealing with disruptive behavior, service language, maintaining a work/life balance, and a variety of other topics.
(Boonton, NJ, February 8, 2013) — A recent study by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project found that, overall, book reading was down across the country last year.
The February issue of Customer Service Newsletter aims to change all that. It includes the newsletter's annual listing of the top service books published in 2012. As well as information on how to build teamwork and a shared vision by engaging your service staff in reading a book together.
Whether you choose one of Customer Service Newsletter's top picks or one of your own favorites, it's an idea worth considering.
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