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Telephone etiquette

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Telephone etiquette

  1. 1. WHY IS TELEPHONE ETIQUETTE IMPORTANT?  The objectives of the call is met  Positive image is formed  Shows professionalism  Company’s reputation is enhance
  2. 2. PRE CALL PREPARATION • Before the call  Think through exactly what you plan to say and discuss before you place a call.  Smile  Have a positive attitude  Organize your desk that you have the following handy namely a pen, a paper pad, a glass of water.
  3. 3. CALL OPENING  Speak clearly  The first impression a customer gets of your company, is the first 15 seconds of your conversation with the customer.  Your voice is your communication tool, hence keep it honed & polished at all times  Voice will always convey your body language  A good voice is clear, articulate, courteous & charming
  4. 4. CALL OPENING 1. Warm and professional greeting 2. Identify yourself 3. Be enthusiastic How should you sound when you open your call?
  5. 5. During the call  Be respectful  Be genuinely polite in your tone. Let the customer “hear” politeness in your voice  Be patient with your customers and do not sound rude, annoyed or abrupt  Feel good when you speak with the customer
  6. 6. continued  Conversing with the customer Say “Please” when appropriate Say “May I” or “Could You” instead of “Can I”  Remember to maintain enthusiasm and excitement in your tone  Say “Thank You” when you get back to the customer for being on hold  “Thank you for being on hold.”  The customer spells out his name  The customer compliments you
  7. 7. Follow appropriate hold procedure 1.Seek Permission 2.Specify the Duration 3.Explain the Reason 4.Wait for the customer’s response 5.Get back to the customer in the committed time frame HOLD PROCEDURE
  8. 8. Phone Message should always include: 1 Caller’s name and company name (if applicable) 2 Time and Date of call 3 What the call is regarding (if possible) 4 If a follow up or return call is needed 5 Phone number (office or home)
  9. 9. Phone Message should always include: 1 Your name and company name 2 Time and Date of call 3 What the call is regarding (brief) 4 If a follow up or return call is needed 5 Phone number (office or home) speak SLOWLY even repeat the phone number – include area code
  10. 10. CALL CLOSURE 1. Summarize what has been discussed 2. Ask if you can provide further assistance 3. End on a positive note 4. e.g. Have a nice day, sir! 5. While, closing the call: 6. Have a pleasant tone and be courteous 7. Don’t sound rushed 8. Pause at appropriate places
  11. 11. ● Could you ask her to call me back, please? ● Could you give him a message, please. ● What time do you expect her back? ● I’ll call again later today. ● Thanks very much for your help.
  12. 12. Speaking ● I’m afraid he’s in a meeting/not in the office/still at lunch/not available just now. Is there anything I can do for you? ● Hold on a moment, please. ● I’ll just find out if she’s back yet/in the other office/available. ● I’ll put you through to Miss… ● I’ll ask … to call you back as soon as she is free. ● What’s your extension number/fax number?
  13. 13. Thank You....

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