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#1   Posted: 18 Sep 2007 12:44

Can anyone suggest a great speaker on Customer Service? We are starting a Customer Care department and we would like "Customer Service" to be the focus of our next quaterly meeting.

#2   Posted: 20 Sep 2007 12:53

Hi Dafnem, I am a customer service expert and speak at companies and conferences often. You can go to and check it out and contact me at

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#3   Posted: 21 Sep 2007 02:47

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#4   Posted: 21 Sep 2007 08:31

If you're interested in high-energy, motivational customer service training as a follow-up to your quarterly meeting, check out Bob Farrell in What's Your Pickle and Give 'em the Pickle.

Bob Farrell is a highly inspiring motivational speaker and he draws on his years of first-hand experience of taking care of the customer. His passion for customer service is contagious.

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#5   Posted: 25 Sep 2007 04:17

Where are you located?

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#6   Posted: 15 Oct 2007 00:10

I highly recommend Ron Kaufman. You may visit Have attended one of this seminars and I have been a fan since.

#7   Posted: 15 Oct 2007 06:34

Dafnem - I am a Director of Customer Care for a large National Home builder. I can refer you to several people we use. Please advise what type of company you work for?

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