Customer Driven Organization Training Course By Oak Innovation


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  • 37 Powerpoint slides, to deliver the course.
  • 90-page participant manual, to guide learning.
  • 8 train-the-trainer guides, to add extra value.

This 1-day training course will help provide managers and employees understand the vital importance of the customer, appreciate the value in having excellent customer service and learn how to identify the factors that prevent maximizing customer value.

At the end of the training session, your course participants will be able to establish if a company is customer-driven and identify different customer types and how to interact with them.

These customizable training materials will meet the needs of line staff, human resource professionals, general managers, and senior executives.

And, you can brand all the content as your own.

Learning objectives

At the end of this training course your participants will be able to:

  • Understand the vital importance of the customer.
  • See the value in having excellent customer service.
  • Identify the factors that prevent maximizing customer value.
  • Understand how to look at the customer service levels.
  • Establish if a company is customer-driven.
  • Identify different customer types and how to interact with them.

Course outline

Below, we break down how you can present the 6 key sections of this training course.

1. The customer-driven organization
Whether you’re looking to lay the building blocks for creating a customer-driven organization or looking to update skills, this material is sure to take all learning to the next level.

The goal of this part of the course is to:

  • Examine the essential aspects of a customer-driven organization. These include loyalty and value-added service.
  • Discuss aspects like market information and profit.

Incorporate examples from your experiences with customer-driven organizations, as this will foster more engagement.

2. The customer service environment
How do you evaluate the customer service environment?

How do you then get this across to your audience?

That’s what this section of the course is all about.

Don’t worry if you are new to this area. You can do it by following the content provided.

And, here’s where it gets interesting.

Use this material to help your audience to:

  • Understand the customer service environment.
  • Explore customer service as a process.
  • Examine why we need customers.
  • Identify customers.
  • Understand the Pareto Principle.

The fastest way to increase awareness is to share your personal reflections on the customer-driven organization.

This sharing will contribute to higher participant rates. And, it will positively embed learning for your audience.

3. Poor customer-centric practices
People often have their own impressions of what customer-centric practices should exist.

Each of these can be correct.

But all must be informed by establishing what customers actually want.

And, what will make these customers make more favorable purchase decisions.

As a heads up, this section explores customer expectations.

4. How to know your customers
Performing a customer audit or review analysis can help your audience to identify what existing customers want. a

What their expectations are. And, how to meet them.

Base your discussions around this need. And, use the content to outline aspects like loyalty and switching costs.

End this section by discussing why customers leave, crises, and commitments.

5. The customer service culture
Customers remain with companies for different reasons.

But before you talk about customer service culture, you need to make one thing clear: meeting expectations is one of the best ways to attract and engage customers.

Use the content provided to explore the critical areas of standards, innovation, and excellent service which can positively impact customer retention.

6. Communication
To get people to introduce customer-driven practices, you need to show them how it will impact them.

But it’s not enough to tell your audience just to be customer-centric.

You need to show them “how to get there”.

To illustrate, customer-driven practices evolve into accepted practices. This happens as people get more familiar with practices. And, solid communication must always be promoted.

Are you wondering how this can be achieved?

Simply use the content to highlight best practices.

To illustrate, key practices include active listening skills, focus on customer styles, and effective complaint handling systems.

What you’ll get

  • 37 Powerpoint slides, to deliver the course.
  • 90-page participant manual, to guide learning.
  • 8 train-the-trainer guides, to add extra value.
  • Practical exercises, to enhance all learning.
  • Further reading list, for your course participants.
  • Course evaluation form, tests, and action plan.
  • Easy to present, no experience required.

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Free train-the-trainer guides

With all Oak Innovation training course products, you’ll receive 8 free train-the-trainer guides that will add extra value to your training courses.

  • Training icebreakers.
  • How to select training materials.
  • Training games.
  • How to increase participation.
  • Learning how to improve your questioning skills.
  • How to improve your listening skills.
  • Learn how to deal with difficult people.
  • How to evaluate training courses.

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Frequently asked questions

What are customers?

Customers are:
People or organizations who are the users of the product or service generated by you.

What are the first steps to providing excellent customer service?

Let’s break down the steps in providing excellent customer service. To give excellent service, you need to know:

  • Who are your customers?
  • Where are they?
  • When are they your customers?
  • What do they buy from you?
  • How do they prefer to deal with you?

What are the main characteristics of external customers?

The main characteristics of external customers are:

  • Pays for the product or service.
  • Exercise free will and choice.
  • Are not dependent upon you.
  • Are not usually isolated from competitors.
  • Have sets of needs, wants, and expectations.
  • Constantly change.

What is a customer-driven organization?

A customer-driven organization places the customer at the heart of the organization. It’s that simple. To achieve this, the whole company needs to focus on what the customer wants. You could think of this as your first step. Next, there is a need to build strong customer relationships. And, a companywide commitment to providing excellent customer service during all customer interactions.

What are the main characteristics of a customer-driven organization?

The main characteristics of a customer-driven organization are:

  • Listens to its customers.
  • Integrates customers into its business and vice versa.
  • Provides focused customer solutions.
  • Has a culture that positively embraces the customer.

What are the main influences on a customer service environment?

The main influences on a customer service environment are:

  • Demographics.
  • Wants and needs.
  • Perspectives.
  • Expectations.
  • Experience.
  • Image.
  • Bias.
  • Technology.
  • Competitors.

What is a product-centric approach?

A product-centric company focuses on selling the same products. And, to as many customers as possible.

What is a customer-centric approach?

A customer-centric approach concentrates on selling more products. And, to the same customers by providing positive customer experience and by maximizing customer service to build better customer relationships.

What is a RADARS approach to customer service?

A RADARS approach to customer service is:

  • Reliable (the solution will work).
  • Acceptable (the solution is satisfactory to the customer).
  • Deliverable (delivered on time as promised).
  • Affordable (the organization can afford it).
  • Robust (it will not give rise to any further complaints).
  • Suitable (it meets the above criteria for customer and organization).

What are the main qualities of customer-centric employees?

Customer-centric employees listen to what their customers want. And, this puts the customer at the core of the business.

What are the main characteristics of excellent customer service?

The main characteristics of excellent customer service are:

  • Reliability.
  • Recognizing the customer.
  • Access.
  • Communication.
  • Responsiveness.
  • Competence.
  • Courtesy.
  • Safety.
  • Physical environment.

What is a customer-driven marketing strategy?

A customer-driven approach is a marketing strategy. It concentrates on meeting the needs of an identified selection of customers.

How will these training materials help you instruct your learners to participate in a customer-driven organization?

Use this course material to help your participants to engage with a customer service organization. This course will improve your participants to overcome any concerns that they may have. They will also learn to identify the roles of managers and employees play.

Can I edit the content and add my company logo?

Yes. You can now add your logo and customize the course content freely using Microsoft Word and Powerpoint. You can also deliver the course materials where, when, and as often as needed. Here at Oak Innovation, we like to give you more. That's why every set of course materials include training manuals, slides, and guides. We also include exercises, tests, further reading, action plans, and much more.

Customer Driven Organization
Customer Driven Organization Training Course By Oak Innovation