Telephone Skills Training Activities



Everyone has been on the receiving end of poor telephone skills, yet none of us recognize the same faults in ourselves. The Telephone Skills Training Manuals, consisting of two separate volumes for inbound and outbound calls, is designed to introduce, reinforce, and strengthen fundamental telephone skills for handling customer service and sales calls. The activities encourage participants to reflect on their experiences, share successes, learn from past mistakes, and practice new skills and techniques.
Telephone Skills Training Manual Learning Outcomes:
Develop and strengthen telephone skills
Improve self-awareness
Observe behavior
Give and receive effective feedback
Create a supportive work environment

The Telephone Skills Training Manuals are perfect for anyone who wants to improve their inbound, outbound, and basic telephone skills, including receptionists, telephone sales staff, customer service representatives, credit control staff, and other specialists. Organized in 3-ring binders, each volume includes a planning checklist, a training needs questionnaire, a closing checklist, tips for trainers, reproducible participant handouts and worksheets, facilitator instructions, overhead transparency masters, and action plans.

Volume One – 38 Activities for Mastering Inbound Calls

Volume One – 38 Activities for Mastering Inbound Calls includes: How to Develop Your Telephone Personality, Building Rapport with the Customer, The Importance of Listening, The Criteria of a Successful Inbound Call, Handling a Complaint on the Telephone, and more.




Volume Two – 22 Activities for Mastering Outbound Calls

Volume Two – 22 Activities for Mastering Outbound Calls includes: How to Turn Customers on to Your Proposition, Quoting the Price and Asking for an Order, Handling Rejection in a Positive Way, The Cold Call, Telephone Account Management, and more


The Telephone Skills Training Manuals are perfect for anyone who wants to improve their inbound, outbound, and basic telephone skills, including receptionists, telephone sales staff, customer service representatives, credit control staff, and other specialists. Organized in 3-ring binders, each volume includes a planning checklist, a training needs questionnaire, a closing checklist, tips for trainers, reproducible participant handouts and worksheets, facilitator instructions, overhead transparency masters, and action plans. Go to HRDQ to get these two manuals:
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