There’s no surprise that customer service is among occupations that commonly involve quite a high number of stressful experiences. This job-related stress might gradually influence our reactions and behaviors, and invisibly cause the outcomes that are not really in our best interests. Exhaustion, anxiety, lack of motivation, uncertainty and frustration are reported as most common issues resulting in overall burnout and occupational hazard in customer service professionals. Have you ever asked yourself what you can do to relieve the stress and avoid the undesirable effects?
In my previous blog post I outlined 5 reasons why you should embrace a positive attitude in customer service. Today, I would like to extend on it and offer a few stress relief tips that you can easily put into your customer service job routine immediately. >>>