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Interactions with customers can be some of the most rewarding… and frustrating… experiences of working in a library. Get the right tools to make more of them rewarding. Refresh your customer service skills and reduce work stress with this on-demand webinar featuring instructor Cheryl Gould, library training consultant. Cheryl defines the three elements of customer service interactions and shows how they can successfully engage in each part—resulting in more successful and positive customer (and staff) experiences. This archived webinar was originally presented November 30, 2011.
About the Authors
Cheryl Gould is a library training consultant. She has worked with Infopeople as lead trainer for 15 years delivering workshops on a wide range of topics for library staff including technology, customer service, communication, exploring leadership and teambuilding. Through her consulting business, Fully Engaged Libraries, she consults on helping libraries through transitions as well as creating engaging all staff days. Cheryl has worked with over 150 different instructors to create workshops on more than 200 different topics relevant to libraries.
The Public Library Association (PLA) is a division of the American Library Association. PLA’s core purpose is to strengthen public libraries and their contribution to the communities they serve. Its mission is to enhance the development and effectiveness of public library staff and public library services.