"To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others" by Daniel H. Pink is a book that challenges the notion that sales is the domain of a select group of individuals with a specific set of skills. In fact, Pink argues that we are all in sales, as we spend a significant amount of our time trying to move others to our way of thinking, whether we are convincing our boss to give us a raise or persuading our children to clean their room.
Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time is a book by Brian Tracy that provides practical strategies for overcoming procrastination and managing time more effectively. The book's title is based on a quote by Mark Twain, who said, "Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day."
Customer Service Training 101: Quick and Easy Techniques That Get Great Results by Renee Evenson is a comprehensive guide that equips readers with practical techniques to enhance their customer service skills and deliver exceptional experiences. The book offers actionable strategies, tips, and insights for individuals and teams seeking to improve their customer service performance.
Problem Solving 101 by Ken Watanabe is a concise and practical guide that equips readers with effective problem-solving techniques. Drawing upon his experience as a former McKinsey consultant, Watanabe offers a straightforward approach to tackling problems in both personal and professional domains. The book presents a systematic method, known as the "Watanabe Method," which provides a structured framework for defining, analysing, and solving problems.
Thriving as a Remote Customer Service Representative by Ash Layna is a comprehensive guide that equips individuals with the necessary skills and strategies to excel in the field of remote customer service. With the rise of remote work opportunities, the book serves as a valuable resource for those seeking to adapt to the evolving nature of customer service roles in the digital age.