Archives for ‘Defining Customer Service’
Close to half of Ruby Receptionists’ clients are lawyers, and over the years, we’ve found these strategies to work well in calming down and reassuring unhappy callers.
You may automatically hit “reply” when a client emails you, but a phone call can sometimes be more effective. When should you pick up the phone?
You may have all the fancy technology in the world or the most impressive office space, but if you cannot deliver the end result, who cares?
Two lessons from my Linksys experience that, from the day you open your doors, will help you create an exceptional client experience and let these clients be evangelists for you and your services.
You can do things like everyone else, or you can customize it to your needs. It’s your business – run it however you want. The key is to be consistent, both as an individual and as a firm.
Knowing when to step back and tell clients they don’t have a legal problem, or that the available legal solutions won’t really help, is good customer service.
Three simple steps, called the Result Triangle, that can help you improve your customer service right now.
An up-front “sorry but no” is more appreciative than an over confident “yes, we can do this.” I appreciate honesty, and clients do as well.
I recently had my car serviced, which got me thinking about what I should be doing to maintain a client-centered approach in my solo law practice.