Unleashing Excellence guides you through the process of improving the customer experience and gives you practical, effective tools that you can tailor to your company's specific needs and culture. Divided into nine "Leadership Action" sections, it shows you the exact steps to take to create an organizational culture in which service excellence becomes a habit rather than an afterthought.
You'll learn how to train and educate your people in the most advanced and effective customer service techniques, how to measure the quality of the service you deliver to your customers, how to build a culture of personal accountability in your organization, and how to recognize and reward excellence in your people.
You can't build a great customer service organization without having a clear vision shared by everyone involved. Unleashing Excellence also helps you craft that vision, spread it among your people, and imbue those people with the sense of dedication and excellence that spectacular customer service demands. Rather than focusing just on customer service theory or philosophy, this book is a guide to the practical actions you need to take in order to turn service excellence into business as usual.
Changing your customer service practices is tough even in the best of times, but the reward is huge. Unleashing Excellence provides the ideas and tactics you need to keep your customers ecstatic.
Mark F. LaMoure, Boise, ID
"Unleashing Excellence," by Dennis Snow is a highly informative book. Read more
Great book!! Love his outlook on customer service, humor and teaching go well together.Published 9 months ago by Stephanie Coleman
Great no nonsense, step by step advice for building a service culture. Worth the read, worth the effort for sustainable business success.Published 22 months ago by Sue
This book shows that Dennis Snow and Teri Yanovitch totally get customer excellence and the importance for all businesses. Read morePublished on June 5, 2011 by Marc Bowers
Economic challenges have led companies to slash budgets that affect the customer experience. Many of these companies have forgotten that it is the service experience that keeps... Read morePublished on February 10, 2010 by Lee B. Salz
Comment: "Finished reading the book. I'll add this to the top of my review, leaving the original intact at the bottom. Read more
It doesn't matter what the business is; if providing the best customer service humanly possible isn't its number one core value, you've got to wonder, "Why not? Read morePublished on November 19, 2009 by Larry Underwood
Customer service is not brain surgery, but it IS a combination of knowledge, skill and common sense. Read morePublished on July 12, 2009 by Robert (Bob) W. Lucas