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Remember What Your Mamas Taught You : A Unique Way of Looking at Customer Service (Paperback)

Author: Hill, Brenda

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"Remember What Your MAMAs Taught You" provides a unique way of looking at customer service.

Author Brenda Hill brings over 20 years of experience providing quality customer service to many customers. "Remember What Your MAMAs Taught You" provides valuable information in a humorous, easy to understand format that helps you to:

remember what you've already been taught many years ago by one of your greatest teachers, your MAMAs,

see how negative perceptions about customer service has affected your treatment of others,

dissolve negative perceptions about customer service,

understand the true meaning of customer service

If you want to discover the key to delivering extraordinary customer service consistently and effortlessly, "Remember What Your MAMAs Taught You" is definitely the resource you need.

Specifications

Publisher Iuniverse Inc
Mfg Part# 9780595375363
SKU 202103641
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0595375367
Release Date 4/10/2007
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0064
Publisher iUniverse
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