At Your Service workshop
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Your community or business can use great customer service as an asset and a competitive advantage. Research shows that focusing on the needs of the customer and delivering value creates satisfied customers. Our research-based At Your Service program engages participants in fun, thought-provoking exercises and self-reflection to build the skills and knowledge to deliver great service to every customer.
Program participants will:
Understand how culture--theirs and the guest’s--affects the service experience
Learn how to manage their own attitude
Develop skills to identify and respond to customer needs
Gain strategies to create positive customer experiences
Create a personal action plan to put new skills to work
The program is offered two ways
At Your Service is a complete, ready-to-use curriculum that enables you to deliver half-day customer service training workshops in your community or organization. We provide the materials--you deliver the workshop!
The curriculum includes:
- A full script for instructors (sample of instructor pages)
- A guide for program planning and training tips (sample of participant pages)
- Masters to print a 24-page participant workbook
- A full-color slide presentation (sample of slides)
- A workshop evaluation
How to buy
- Price: $459
- Cost effective: Purchase once and use the curriculum again and again!
- We help you use it: A train-the-trainer seminar is offered each spring on the St. Paul Campus of the University of Minnesota. Attending this session gives you techniques to effectively deliver the workshop. Register for the March 8, 2019 workshop.
Do you need customer service training in your community but don’t want to do the training yourself? University of Minnesota Extension educators deliver our At Your Service workshop in communities across the state. An educator will come to your community and deliver one, four-hour workshop to up to 40 participants for $900.
How to get started
If you'd like to learn more about how Extension can provide this training for your community, contact Cynthia Messer, Director of the University of Minnesota Tourism Center. Or, find an educator near you.