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Here's this week's question: "How do you do 1:1's? How often do you do them and what do you cover in them? Do you find that they’re useful or what could make them more useful?"
Huge congratulations are in order for Bill and Mercer, who launched the inaugural episode of their podcast this week!
And a warm welcome to all new community members, including Monica!
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The Articles We're Reading
In '6 Things to Consider When Considering Outsourcing", author Mercer Smith-Looper outlines what you should know about outsourcing, and the key considerations that you should keep in mind as you explore it. Join the #outsourcing channel to continue the conversation!
Let us introduce the Jobs-to-be-Done framework to the world of customer service. It’s a simple yet powerful approach that is already bringing value and innovation to businesses around the world and across all industries.
Holding onto your existing customers is where the goals of customer service, sales and marketing overlap and where support has the most significant responsibility in driving retention. However, many support folks aren’t aware of the strong connection between the quality of customer support and customer loyalty.
Collaborative browsing, or co-browsing, allows you to see and interact with your customer’s screen instantly with just a click of a button. Оnce granted access to their screen the support agent could immediately identify the problem, document it, and if possible solve it in one session. The agent can not only guide the customer in achieving their goal but also take full control over their browser when necessary. And while your agent looks into the problem right away, your customer doesn’t have to do anything.
Support Driven Leadership Summit, September 25-27 at HubSpot HQ in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a conference that brings leaders in customer support, customer success, and operations together to help you become a better leader.
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