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The Best of Customer Service - A Positive Attitude Counts

Updated on March 9, 2016
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EA Barnes is a Home Stylist, Personal Shopper and Freelance writer. She is passionate about interior design and sharing decorating ideas.

Maintaining a Positive Attitude for Success

As a professional customer service representative, you always want to put your best foot forward. When communicating with customers, your attitude shows. With a warm and friendly smile, good eye contact and a willingness to be of service, you look and act the part of quality in control.

A positive attitude affects the work environment. The energy of a positive attitude produces the spirit of cooperation and helps the work team reach customer satisfaction goals when team members strive to be at their best performance. So a positive attitude enhances communication between customer service representatives and the customers being served.

People remember being treated well. They recognize and appreciate courtesy and kindness. How does your attitude create an effective customer experience? Here are a few pointers to help you step up your positive personality:

Be resourceful: Being able to think on your feet is a gift and a blessing.

Have accountability: Stand by your actions and gain the trust of others.

Perform follow-up: Ensuring a happy result shows that you care about the welfare of your customers.

Get a conscious for quality :Believe in fairness and strive for excellence

Manners please: Practice the golden rule: Do unto to others, as you would have them do unto you.

A considerate persona: Be positively genuine. People love to be around other people who think of them without personal motives

We all win in the service arena when you are the shining example of a great attitude. Your customers will be happier; so keep up the good work!

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      EABarnes 5 years ago

      Yes, niceness is a two-way street. It's a great way to sweeten your day.

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      Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago from Norfolk

      So important and yet sometimes it seems like a forgotten art, the art of just being nice to people!

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      nesorhtiaf 6 years ago from Surigao del Sur

      yes that exactly correct that have a best attitude

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      sumitparihar 7 years ago

      Great hub...I like it

      Thanks for sharing

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