Moment of misery can also be referred to negative customer service issues actually gives you the opportunity to bring out your best customer service.
Your inner risk manager should be working overtime to identify what could go wrong in your business and how to prevent it.
The following questions could resolve or prevent negative customer service issues.
1. How will you handle the problem for the customer? Map out an immediate solution and deliver it with the right attitude and a sense of urgency that will restore the customer’s confidence in you.
2. Analyze the source of the problem to determine why it happened.
3. Has this problem happened before? If it has, why has it recurred? Analyze why to prevent, or at least minimize, the chances of it happening again.Your inner risk manager should be working overtime to identify what could go wrong in your business and how to prevent it.
4. If this is the first time the problem or mistake has occurred, determine what you can do to prevent it from happening again. (See next question.)
5. Can a process prevent the issue from recurring? This is the follow-up to question No. 4. If you can establish a process to prevent the problem from recurring, it will serve you well.
6. Can you catch the problem before the customer catches it and calls you? Have a system in place to fix the problem before the customer contacts your company or let the customer know about the issue before he finds out on his own. Be proactive.
7. Which parties are involved in preventing this problem from recurring? Determine the stakeholders responsible for eliminating the problem and what their tasks should be to resolve the issue.