Coaching Knock Your Socks Off Service

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, Oct 21, 1996 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
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Knock your socks off service doesn't just happen. It requires coaching on an ongoing basis. Now, thanks to authors Kristin Anderson and Ron Zemke, supervisors have a practical guide to the day-to-day challenges that arise in training superior customer service people. This newest Knock Your Socks Off book explains how to help frontline employees hone their skills, maintain the motivation to perform, and meet new situations head-on. The authors present a model for successfully coaching anyone, anywhere, and they show readers how to apply it in familiar coaching situations. Everyone can appreciate Zemke and Anderson's strategies for handling the toughest coaching problems. And they will learn a most important new skill— teaching employees to be peer coaches, a growing need in the current era of teams and of doing more with less.

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Ron Zemke is senior editor of Training magazine and author or co-author of 23 books, including the bestselling Knock Your Socks Off Service series, Knock Your Socks Off Selling, and Service America! His work with organizations such as Ford Motor company, Microsoft, and Wendy's International bring him face-to-face with the pressures of the cross-generational workforce. He lives in Minneapolis.

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