Improving your Net Promoter Score ®
A one day course for anyone who is using Net Promoter Scores® as a measure of Customer Service or those who want to increase the number of customers who recommend their company to others.
NPS is a fundamental idea that every businesses has customers which can be categorised into three groups. There Groups are:
Promoters – They’re loyal customers to your business and will promote your services to friends and family.
Passives – They’re satisfied customers but are overwhelmed with the amount of competition.
Detractors – Unhappy customers who are likely to leave the service you’re providing them.
By using this method you’re able to calculate the customer satisfaction level and encourage business growth is by using the above method to categorise your clients into promoters & detractors. This simple equation is the best way to calculate a Net promoter score for any company:
We offer short, focused, strategic, high-value interventions
A one day course aimed at advisors, team leaders, managers and trainers who want to develop their service and sales skills to drive up the Net Promoter Scores in their business. It uses techniques drawn from up to the minutes social psychology research, Transactional Analysis and Neuro linguistic programming to help participants develop their influencing and sales skills to an advanced level. Better still these techniques are simple to understand and have been proven to drive up Net Promoter Scores.
- By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe how creating Net Promoters will help their business
- Explain how to structure a call
- Deal with “gatekeepers” effectively
- Explain the 25 key principles and apply them in real conversations.
- Develop a personalised “toolbox” that will deliver greater customer satisfaction and drive up Net Promoter Score.
- Welcome to the training
- What is a Net Promoter and how they can be measured
- How this course will help drive up Net Promoter Scores and customer recommendations
- What you must do before you pick up the phone
- Techniques for getting past “gatekeepers”
- Using email – Ask for action not permission
- Why we need one
- What a good call structure delivers
- The four elements of a call structure
Stage 1 of the call – the Introduction
- 11 decisions we make in the first 7 seconds
- Structuring the first 7 seconds:
- Placing your name correctly
- Gaining credibility
- Delivering a benefit statement
- Offering and opt out
Stage 2 of the call – Fact finding
- Dealing with angry customers before they get angry!
- Funnelling questions
- Left brain questions
- The power of because
- Using “for you!
- Accepting and sending “invitations”
Stage 3 of the call – Presenting options
- Benefits, not features
- The magic of 3 options
- Promoting a colleague
- Saying “No”
- Weasel Words
Stage 4 of the call – Action
- Asking with confidence
- Thanking the customer
- In small groups
Action Plan and Close
- Individual Action Plans
- Link Back to Net Promoter Score