I belong to a number of groups on LinkedIn. It is a useful way to stay connected with some of the conversations in the marketplace and my areas of interest. Today I took a survey sponsored by
Business Roundtable, Institute for Corporate Ethics conducted by the Catholic University of America. Here is a link to the survey tinyurl.com/3knmr5e
I had my awareness raised in how I make decisions about trust and economics through the process of taking the survey. What I found was that Integrity mattered a lot to me. …
I was in a workshop last week with several hospital Admitting managers and professionals. The discussion was on how we hire the perfect individual for the admitting area. One member of our group said they have to have innate customer service mentality, you cannot train for it. My response was really? I
tried to explore this with the group and they did not want to see any other point of view.
I have been doing some research for a project, surrounding identifying callers personality type and training to interact with them on their level. This was inspired by a podcast from The Harvard
IdeaCast with Matthew Dixon, the Managing Director of The Corporate Executive Board’s Sales and Service Practice. His article published in the Harvard
Business Reviews July/August edition is entitled, Why Delighting Your Customers is Overrated.
What a provocative statement. For most of my career I have learned and observed that a big part of the differentiations between my …
I recently was hired as the Business Development guy at a start up. In the beginning I have been using a CRM tool Free CRM to track contacts, accounts, Pipeline and Activity. And ,yes it is free.
Friday they had some problems with their servers. With Free what do you expect: not the following
FreeCRM Customer Service Update
Post-Mortem Notification for August 19th Issue
Dear FreeCRM Customer,
First, I would personally like to offer our sincerest apologies for any issues …
I had an interesting experience this week. Nancy was going to grill lamb burgers and we were out of propane. One of the benefits of our neighborhood has always been the local garage that sold propane. It used to be a British Petroleum Station. It converted to Conoco about 2-years…