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Dealing With Difficult Customers: Key Tips and Techniques

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Dealing With Difficult Customers: Key Tips and Techniques

Time: February 27, 2018 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016-6104
Street: 26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016-6104
City/Town: Aurora
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Phone: 7209961616
Event Type: online, webinar
Organized By: Training Doyens
Latest Activity: Jan 31

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When you work with the public, you will interact with people from all kinds of backgrounds with different personality styles and temperaments, in a wide variety of situations with varying goals and objectives. No matter what industry you are in or what kind of work you do, there are times you’re likely to encounter customers who may be difficult to deal with. 

Difficult or not, your customers are still your customers – and as a service provider, it is your job to meet their needs. That’s why everyone who works in customer service need to know and be able to apply strategies to effectively deal with difficult customers. 

Providing effective customer service doesn't necessarily mean giving in to all customer requests - particularly when they are unreasonable - but it does require taking steps to ensure customer needs are met. This isn’t a “the customer is always right” kind of training – because customers are not always right. Neither are you! Everyone is wrong sometimes. The focus here isn’t on right or wrong, but rather on providing you with actionable strategies to help you effectively manage (and possibly even prevent!) the difficult customer situations that everyone who works with people (and who doesn’t?) sometimes faces.


Attend this informative audio conference and learn what you need to know to improve your skills when it comes to dealing with difficult customers. From learning how to recognize when a customer situation is likely to be difficult to specific response skills, completing this training will help make sure you’re better prepared the next time you face a difficult customer interaction.


  • Maintaining control in difficult customer situations
  • Recognizing customer anger
  • Maintaining an appropriate demeanor
  • Setting boundaries
  • Keeping expectations realistic
  • Effective listening skills
  • Structuring messages for problem solving
  • Moving past difficult customer encounters


  • Customer service representatives
  • Retail employees
  • Call center associates
  • Sales professionals
  • Front desk associates
  • Hospitality workers
  • All employees who interact with customers
  • Managers/supervisors who oversee employees that interact with customers


  • Tips for avoiding taking customer negativity personally
  • Tips for showing empathy
  • Key response skills


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