Hi guys, it’s Wednesday again, which means it’s time for another wacky word! Come on by to learn about longanimity, its relation to Catholicism, and how satirical writer Ambrose Boise defines this word. Stop in at T for Translation to read more. See you there!
Friday is here, which means it’s time for our fifth and final virtue for Customer Service Week. Today’s post discusses the value of having a sense of humor as a service provider, and how this may benefit your customer service model. Stop by and feel free to share your thoughts in the comments sections!
If you haven’t heard, it’s Customer Service Week at T for Translation! Stop by to read all about the second virtue of customer service through a Taoist lens. Yesterday we discussed how a sharpened focus can lead to better understanding of clients’ needs. Today we will emphasize the concept of perception, and how service providers can alter their customer service approach to better satisfy their customers. Stay tuned for more virtues all this week!
Hey everyone! Stop by to check out part one of our week-long series on Customer Service! Our very own Jesse He introduces you to the five virtues of customer service through a Taoist perspective. It doesn’t get any better than that! Today’s virtue emphasizes focus — head on over to T for Translation to read more about it.