Customer Service Excellence Standard adding value for your

Customer Service Excellence Standard adding value for your

Customer Service Excellence Standard adding value for your students Helen Loughran Libraries and Learning Innovation Leeds Metropolitan University ([email protected]) Customer Service Excellence Standard aims to bring professional, high-level customer service concepts into common currency with every customer service by

offering a unique improvement tool to help those delivering services put their customers at the core of what they do www.customerserviceexcellence.uk.com Customer Service Excellence Standard Driver of continuous improvement Skills development tool Independent validation

Customer Service Excellence Standard Not only about front line services But rather about providing an excellent standard of service regardless of where you are in the organisation. Its about knowing your customers, listening to them, acting on the information you receive, monitoring how you deliver the resulting services and starting the cycle again. Its not just for Christmas! CSE Criteria 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. Customer Insight The Culture of the Organisation Information and Access Delivery Timeliness and Quality of Service

1. Customer Insight Customer Identification Segmentation / profile of key groups Developing understanding of their needs Delivering services for hard to reach groups Engagement and Consultation Strategy for engaging and involving customers / range of tools used Examples of improvements resulting from engagement Closing the loop monitoring / informing of outcomes

Customer Satisfaction Measurement of key areas: delivery, information, access, timeliness, quality Targets and methodologies Customer journeys Customer Journeys 2. The Culture of the Organisation Leadership, Policy and Culture Corporate commitment vision and values statements

Examples of how customer insight drives policies Customer care / equal opportunities policies all groups feel they are treated fairly Privacy and confidentiality Empowering employees to promote and participate in customer focused organisation Staff Professionalism and Attitude Recruitment, induction, training and development Use of performance management to deliver customer focused culture (valuing contributions)

Evidence of customer care provided by staff 3. Information and Access Range and Quality of Information / Access Contact details who is in charge Information on charges Clear communication / accuracy feedback from customers Ensuring customers understand the information they are given Range of channels used / analysis and changes made to meet customer needs Quality of physical environment

Co-operative Working with other Providers, Partners and Communities Formal / informal partnerships for delivering services Service level agreements seamless services Support for wider community

4. Delivery Delivery Standards Standards for main services including any statutory ones How are these derived / monitored / developed Achieved Delivery and Outcomes Customer views on the services they receive Benchmarking of performance and learning from best practice Deal Effectively With Problems

How is performance measured / improved and communicated to customers Complaints procedure how easy for customers / staff to use Ensuring outcomes of complaints process is satisfactory 5. Timeliness & Quality of Service Standards for Timeliness and Quality Timeliness of response eg for customer contact channels Quality of service across all stages of the customer journey Timely Outcomes

Published information on service standards Answering queries at the first point of contact Processes to share information if necessary How delays are dealt with Achieved Timely Delivery

Monitoring of performance and actions taken Benchmarking performance Leeds Met Library and CSE Libraries: Library and student IT support, Student-facing systems: VLE, Turnitin Research support: Repository Skills for Learning 130 staff, 2 campuses c25,000 students, 3,000 staff

Leeds Met Library and CSE Charter Mark, December 2001 CSE, February 2009 Reaccredited 2013 with Full Compliance and 7 Compliance Pluses University CSE project: 2010, achieved 2013, now 14 Compliance Pluses

Adding Value s Knowing our Students Role of Academic Librarians Specialist support / front line staff Journey mapping / surveys Systems data Impact assessments

Sharing all this information !!! Listening to our Students Listening framework Systematic collection Anytime, anyplace, anywhere! Listening effectively Delivering Services 24/7 and self services Ease of access and use

Learning on the go Transforming learning spaces Specialist / customised support Developing skills / graduate attributes Ensuring Quality Staffing / training Customer focussed culture Learning from best practice Monitoring performance Dealing effectively with problems

Adding Value? Independent validation Adding value to our staff Adding value to our profile Adding value to our students Adding Value? others think they listen but they dont you actually listen and act upon what you hear (former SU President) so proud of my results this semester, thank you

@leedsmetlibrary (Twitter comment) Sue is an amazing member of the library team! Sue is a person who really goes away and thinks about how she can help you, and then does so (Golden Robes Hidden Heroes winner) Generally staff at the library are brilliant, so helpful! And they genuinely seem to enjoy what they're doing. If I can nominate the entire library staff - then please accept this as my nomination (Golden Robes nomination) Any questions?

Helen Loughran Planning and Marketing Manager Libraries and Learning Innovation Leeds Metropolitan University [email protected] JISCmail list: CSE-STANDARD

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