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What if there was an instant way to build more trust with your customers every time you sent emails? It costs zero and only takes about one minute one time to set up.
There are plenty of inappropriate behaviours that people could display on Zoom or Teams. I’m referring to the most common etiquette sin many people commit in the first five seconds, without being aware of it.
Of all the books and tips about how to get along better with friends, family and clients, there’s one approach that I believe is the most effortless and under rated.
Chances are you’ve experienced delays waiting for someone to respond to your email. That person may be overloaded or unorganized and yet you’re held responsible for the lack of progress. Here are two tips to get faster replies to your emails.
. I believe that treating customers fairly and equally is a mistake. It’s unprofitable. It belittles customers and employees. And it’s unethical. There, I’ve said it.
By simply realigning their priorities, managers and brokers can lead their company or department in a way that builds customer and staff loyalty, reduces operating costs, makes more money and serves as a model corporate citizen.
To gain the business, we might offer a slight extra, “We’ll also throw in such and such.” Or the customer asks for some slight change, which we assure them won’t be a problem. Later we conveniently “forget” about the little extra.
Ironic how admitting up front what you don’t know actually increases your credibility when you make a statement about what you actually believe. The technique itself is easy.
You’ve probably heard that when you first deal with potential customers, you should share your elevator speech. I’ve found most of these verbal teasers of what you offer actually reduce trust.
Conventional wisdom among writers is to assume readers have the intelligence of seventh graders. When it comes to communicating with clients, I believe the opposite is true.
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