Today more than ever teachers need to concentrate on customer service. Who is the customer? Well both the students and their parents. Good customer service is required and bad customer service could get them fired. Are you a teacher? Have you considered customer service in your profession? How does a teacher give good customer service?
Well, consider that parents really want to know what you are teaching and how you are teaching it. They want to know that their children are doing well and they want to make sure you are properly nurturing their little devils. Helping the parents with this valuable information means you will fulfill their needs as parents and that is great customer service.
When dealing with these students customer service means going the extra mile, helping them with their questions and fostering their thirst for knowledge. A teacher can do so much better in their careers and in accomplishing their educational goals with their students if they will add a little customer service strategies to their teaching process.
Communication is and has always been a big factor in customer service and it is a major consideration for education professionals, teachers and professors. Perhaps you will consider all this in 2006 and help our educational system on the road ahead.