Now That's Service That Sells!: The Art Of Managing The Sizzle ePub download
by T. J. Schier
- ISBN: 1879239442
- ISBN13: 978-1879239449
- ePub: 1124 kb | FB2: 1217 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Industries
- Publisher: Red Book Solutions; Second edition (October 30, 2004)
- Pages: 184
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 368
- Format: mobi txt azw lit
The key to that serve us is customization. Nail sizzle points and wow every guest.
The key to that serve us is customization. giving individual guests specialized service by being flexible, creative and intuitive. Embrace the steps you can follow to make the magic come alive. Dramatically increase check averages, sales and profitability.
I have used the Service That Sells books and materials for a decade and every time these tools are used, a great improvement is made in both service and sales in my business. This was always in addition to the already excellent training from the corporation I worked for at the time. Simple, Direct, Clear distinctions and actions that sell more while making guests feel great about their dining experience.
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Mr The book has a number of Wheelerpoints in it. .The sizzle has sold more steaks than the cow ever has, although the cow is, of course, mighty important.
The book has a number of Wheelerpoints in it, and the egg episode dramatizes Wheelerpoint No. 4, which is Don’t Ask If-Ask Which! The essence of Wheelerpoint No. 4 is that the customer should always be given a choice between something and something, not a choice between something and nothing.
I thought, ‘Wow, she called me out on this,’ says Ms. Collings, a marketing manager for First United Bank, a Durant, Okla. financial-services company. As more millennials move into management jobs, many are finding they lack basic training in such supervisory skills as delivering feedback and delegating work.
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