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  1. 1. Presenting by, Avinash Sullad Telephone etiquette
  2. 2. ANSWERING THE PHONE 1. Pick up the phone in three rings . More than three rings signals chaos in your office or inattentiveness. 2. Greet the caller, e.g. “hello sir/mam,” “good morning sir/mam .” Good manners shows you respect the caller. 3. Give your name. This is a courtesy that serves to personalize the customer service experience as well as allowing the customer to hold you accountable for your level of service.
  3. 3. 4.Ask the customer if or how you can help. Asking to help tells the customer you are there to serve his/her needs and to solve his/her problems. This also leaves the customer with a positive impression. 5.The greeting is key, it sets the tone and style of the whole interaction
  4. 4. Usage of Tone  Use your normal tone of voice when answering a call.  In case if you have a tendency to speak loud or shout, avoid doing so on the telephone.
  5. 5. Usage of Language  Speak in a normal way but in a effective manner.  Never use swear words.  Words delivered should be clear & understood to the caller.
  6. 6. Tips for Telephone Etiquette  Before you answer, be prepared:  Have your computer switched on.  Have pens, pencils, and notepad ready.  In answering the phone:  Answer calls promptly by the second or third ring.  Smile as you pick up the phone.  Use your “telephone” voice, controlling your volume and speed.  Project a tone that is enthusiastic, natural, attentive and respectful.  Greet the customer, and identify your company and
  7. 7. Tips for Telephone Etiquette  In the course of the conversation:  Focus your attention on the customer.  Speak distinctly.  Use simple English.  Use action specific words and directions.  Use the customer’s name during the conversation.  Always speak calmly and choose your words naturally.
  8. 8. Tips for Telephone Etiquette  Avoid forbidden phrases:  “ I don’t know.”  “I/we can’t do that.”  “You’ll have to….”  “Just a second.”  “No.”
  9. 9. Do’s & Don'ts
  10. 10. Do’s  Be patient and helpful.  Respond clearly with “yes” or “no” when speaking.  Always remember it is important : -If you are answering a call on behalf of your team member please mention to the caller & try if you can assist them on the query. -Else note down the caller’s number so that a concerned user can make a call back on the query for resolution.
  11. 11. DO’s  Address the Caller Properly by his or her title. Eg : ( Good morning Mr. Sharath, Good afternoon Ms. Anjali).  Listen to the Caller and what they have to say.  Always ask if you can put the caller on hold.  Verify that you have heard and transcribed the message accurately.
  12. 12. DONT’s  Do not eat or drink while you are on telephone duty.  Do not use Poor Language.  Never snap back or act rude to the caller.  Never leave the person on hold for more than a few seconds or they may become upset and hang up.
  13. 13. Five Phases of a Call Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Opening the Call (Greeting & Introduction) Building Rapport & Identifying Customer Need (Question) Collecting/ Verifying of Information (Paraphrase) Provide Customer Solutions, Alternatives or Informatio n Phase 5 Get Customer Buy-in; Establish Next Steps; Close the call (Summarize)
  14. 14. THANK YOU……

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