Telephone Etiquette: Making Lasting First Impressions


In most instances the telephone is the first impression that a customer has of us. If we donÕt do well, it may be the last impression that they have of us Ð because they may not come back. Just as there is etiquette for face-to-face service, there is also etiquette for telephone service. It is equally as important as the direct contact.

This telephone etiquette mini-resource guide will provide you with tips, techniques, and best practices for answering and receiving calls, handling difficult callers, transferring calls, and suggested telephone verbiage that exemplifies professionalism and finesse.


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Sep 4, 2013
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