Emily Claus takes a trip through the evolution of the teller role and speculates what the future of the position may look like in the face of improving technology.
Core conversions are a big deal, but communicating them to your members? Even bigger. Melissa Robinson has some tips to make sure you are effectively communicating this change and not risking leaving your members behind.
In the final article of her series on customer service, Morgan VanEnk delivers her last piece of advice: be prepared and stay engaged.
Julie Gessner makes the case for consultative services as a means to balance members’ desire for instant gratification along with great member service and connection.
Taking a step back from the CUSO end of things, Bob Anderson experiments with seeing things from the members’ perspective and walking in their shoes to see what he can learn and where his CUSO can improve.
In part three of her series on providing excellent customer service, Morgan VanEnk shares the wonders and benefits of keeping a best practice not only for yourself, but for your team.
The Five Keys to Good Customer Service Part Two: The Customer May Not Always Be Right, But Neither Are You
“The customer is always right” is a saying as old as time, though it’s certainly not always accurate. Client Service Representative Morgan VanEnk reminds customers and workers alike that neither one is always correct, and working together is the best way to get any problem solved.
In the first part of this new series focusing on what makes for great customer service, Morgan VanEnk starts with the basics: communication.