Client Relationship Management

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Feb 16, 2009 6:27 am

Client Relationship Management

Every project and business initiative has two
critical dimensions: technical performance (i.e., delivering results) and

interaction management (i.e., managing relationships).  Your client’s satisfaction with your
technical performance is a result of how well you do your job.  Client satisfaction with your
interaction management is a result of how well you relate to the client and
address their professional and personal needs.

In other words, clients notice not just what you do, they pay close attention to
how you do it.  The client’s perception of service quality
needs to be capably managed in addition to obtaining superior technical
results.

Everyone in business, from the project manager
to the IS analyst, is constantly interacting with clients.  Clients can be paying project customers,
people in other departments, other members of your project team, or your
supervisor or staff.  Anyone who needs something from you –
information, a decision, a product enhancement – is your client.

Your professionalism, listening skills,
availability, responsiveness, reliability, etc. are all factored into a
client’s level of satisfaction.  Over
and above individual expertise, these relationship skills can turn an
acceptable (or a disappointing) experience into a memorable business success
story, be it increased orders, high output project teams, or enhanced staff
morale.

Every interaction counts, and every
interaction is remembered.  Just as you
respond to good or bad service as a consumer, so too does each of your
clients.  This one-day workshop will
provide your people with the tools and techniques to turn client interactions,
both external and internal, into a serious competitive advantage.

<table><t><tr> <td valign="top" align="left"><b><font color="#000080">Purpose:</font></b>&nbsp; <font color="#000000">To

review/apply techniques that will create a competitive advantage by
ensuring that the "implicit service/relationship needs" of each client
are met along with the explicit project deliverable requirements.





Key Topics:



Tools and techniques for ensuring a positive client experience Things to watch out for when interacting with project clients Five major interaction-related causes of
project failure, and how to avoid them How to build a client relationship plan



Duration: 
One to Two Days





Target Population:  Project managers and others who have regular interaction with project clients inside and outside the organization.

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godgift
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http://finance.bizoppjunction.com
Mar 29, 2009 8:57 pm

Is there a part where you teach em how to buy the right shoes?