Join Chris Croft for an in-depth discussion in this video Flexibility, part of Customer Service Mastery: Delight Every Customer.
a bit of choice about how they do things,…a bit more flexibility than they're expecting?…So, for example, when I'm dealing with my customers,…they can phone me at the weekend if they want to.…And I might be out and about,…I might have to answer my mobile when I'm on a beach,…or whatever, but that's okay, that's fine.…Maybe I won't answer,…but at least they're welcome to phone me at the weekend,…it's not a problem.…Or they can phone me after 5:00 p.m.…So, a bit of flexibility about when…you deal with a person is one.…I mentioned earlier on I do love my bank,…First Direct, and they are 24/7.…
So, you can phone them at midnight,…you can phone them on Saturday night,…Sunday at 3:00 a.m., they are always there.…And that flexibility, I find that really useful.…And obviously, it costs them a little bit more…to have somebody on all the time,…but it might mean they're less busy during the daytime.…So, it may not cost them much at all.…But to give me that bit of flexibility, I love that.…Similarly, I mentioned Ocado delivering food,…
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