Part of the Service Impact Series, Levels of Learning is easy to use and includes a facilitator’s manual designed by service experts. The content is highly engaging, quick-paced, and complete with lifelike scenarios to show how to understand knowledge gaps between both coworkers and customers and how to use that as an advantage in delivering consistent customer experiences. Save time and money with this versatile customer service training—great for meeting openers and individual and group training sessions.
In part 1, Carlos is an experienced rep - he knows the product backwards and forwards, and assumes everyone else does too. That's his fatal flaw: he's an unconscious competent: highly skilled, but doesn't realize it. His customer Justine, in contrast, is a conscious incompetent: she doesn't know the product - filling her with anxiety. So when Justine calls Carlos, he's frustrated and Justine receives no useful help. Carlos's co-worker Stacey, in contrast, is an unconscious incompetent: she's clueless and doesn't know it. So when a customer calls, she flippantly admits she doesn't how to help him – making both her and the company look bad.
In part 2, Angela is an experienced rep, patient and helpful with those new to the product. She's a conscious competent: highly skilled and (humbly) knows it. Her customer Warren, in contrast, is having technical trouble - which makes him anxious about his job and reputation. Angela is instantly aware of Warren's inexperience, puts him at ease, and solves the issue. New rep Mia, like Warren doesn't know the software, and is painfully aware of the fact, afraid of how it makes her look on the job. So when Mia receives a call she doesn't know how to handle, Angela recognizes the situation, puts her at ease, and effectively guides her in helping the customer.
A BWM release