Customer Service Expert to Speak November 6, courtesy of the I70/75 Development Corporation
The I70/75 Development Corporation is sponsoring a no-charge online presentation by Louis Gravance, open to all economic developers, on November 6th at 11:30am. Mr. Gravance is a customer service guru and former training designer for Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. After almost two decades with Disney, Louie was drafted by Bank of America and ING Financial to help re-think service in the investment industry. There, Louie became the first Disney University professor to successfully replicate and implement the Disney curriculum outside of Disney, bringing him national attention and a new career in speaking and consulting. His fundamental message is that an excellent customer experience is built on excellenbt service. Excellent service means ALWAYS doint the right thing and treating people well, including our employees and coworkers.
Anyone interested in participating can access the event agenda and registration at: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ehcd1hlt3e0e6476&llr=4nzeiltab.
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