cem320 | undergraduate

Managing The Experience Through Customer Interactions

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This course introduces students to the impact that front line, call center, and back-of-office employees have on the customer experience through an omnichannel presence. Students will examine the strategies and tactics necessary within the customer-facing functions to reinforce a customer-centric culture within an organization. Topics include the various point-of-sale touchpoints including mobile, social, and other traditional and digital formats. Additional focus will be placed on empowering the customer through self-service and other means to sustain a positive customer experience.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    The Customer Service Profession and the Impact of Customer Expectations

    • Explain how societal impacts have influenced changes in customer service.
    • Identify the key elements of a customer-focused business culture.
    • Analyze the customer service attributes that differentiate an average company from an exceptional company.

    The Role of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication in Successful Customer Service

    • Evaluate how communication styles impact – positively or negatively – customer service interactions.
    • Describe how to be an assertive communicator while balancing the customer experience.
    • Analyze the impact of nonverbal communication on customer service.

    Employee Behavior's Impact on Shaping Customer Perceptions

    • Summarize how actively listening to the customer is important to providing effective service.
    • Describe how to resolve customer problems while effectively building the relationship.
    • Evaluate employee behaviors that promote good customer service and foster a customer-centric culture.

    Utilizing Technology to Enhance Effective Customer Service Delivery

    • Describe the role of technology as an effective channel for customer service.
    • Analyze how companies are integrating technology (mobile, social, and other traditional and digital formats) into their customer service delivery model.
    • Explain how self-service options via technology are an effective channel for customer satisfaction.
    • Describe typical customer service touch points in an omnichannel communication environment.

    Obstacles in the Customer Service Delivery Model that Negatively Impact Customers across Different Service Touch Points

    • Explain how customer service breakdowns negatively impact customers’ expectations and create pain points across customer service touch points.
    • Evaluate solutions to overcome negative customer service experiences at critical touch points that regain customer loyalty and brand trust.
    • Define the key components of quality customer service for today’s consumer.
    • Explain the benefits of customer loyalty and brand loyalty as they relate to the company’s success.
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