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Thanks to AllTop - I discovered a great customer service blog entitled Conversation Agent written by Valeria Maltoni.  Her most recent post offers three ways to show customers you appreciate them and their business. As we  continue to build relations... [Read More]


@Ed - hopefully some people in companies will find it useful :)

@Justin - indeed, it does start inside the company. When there is respect and collaboration internally, it's easier to present a good attitude to the outside. Good point on it applying to all kinds of relationships.

you know these simple tips can be applied in every aspect in a work environment. I remember in my manager class that we need to appreciate also our employees often and treat them with respect. Not only in business but the same rules can be applied in a relationship too.

Really love all 3 points you have written on in here. Companies will now need to pin this up infront of their working desk and read it every morning before they start their day. If they don't, they will be returning to where they come from in a matter of hours.

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