Customer Service Profile - Financial Services™
In today’s competitive market, banking, credit union and other financial services firms’ staff must possess superior customer service skills as well as the aptitude for maximizing opportunities to retain the firm’s current clients and to add to the client base. In financial services, customer service is not a department; it is an important function of every employee. That is why the people you select to interface with your customers are so important.
Profiles Customer Service Profile - Finance™ measures the competencies and behavioral traits that foster great customer service. It helps you identify candidates with superior customer service skills as well as train and coach existing employees to greater success in your financial services firm.
The Customer Service Profile looks at six key behavioral traits important for customer service (conformity, flexibility, empathy, focus, trust and tact) as well as basic Proficiencies in Vocabulary and Mathematics. It also reports an individual’s perspective on serving the customer and how it aligns with your firm’s perspective.
The reports include a Placement Report, Individual Report, Coaching Report, and the Company Perspective Comparison Report which compares your firm’s perspective on providing customer service with the perspective typically found for those in the financial industry. The Placement Report also includes the Overall Job Match Percent for each applicant when they are matched with the Customer Service Job Match Pattern (or benchmark) for your firm.
With this information you can select, coach and train your people to increase customer satisfaction, reduce complaints, build customer loyalty, increase sales opportunities and make significant gains in profitability.