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"The Customer is the Boss". Can you describe how you plan to implement this work philosophy during your workday?
Weegy: Being a good manager is not actually that hard, all it takes is practice and a willingness to communicate. [ [ And, like all talents, you need to practice constantly, here?s a handy list to help you spot the differences and to help you practice being a good manager: A good manager listens more than he or she talks. A bad manager talks and never listens. A good manager is as much a team player as a leader. A bad manager hides in his or her ivory tower. A good manager delivers good or bad news in person. A bad manager delivers bad news via email, and rarely delivers good news. ] ] (More)
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"The Customer is the Boss". Can you describe how you plan to implement this work philosophy during your workday?
Weegy: At the core of our strategy was the belief that the customer was the boss, and I pretty much turned the organization chart upside down and put myself at the bottom and put the customer at the top and put all of our colleagues – you know, [ all of our associates who work directly with customers at the top of the organization chart. And we talked a lot about what is it that the customer – who is the customer? Who is she or he? And very specifically, you know, which she? What does she need and want, okay? What experience does she want? What relationship does she want? How is she gonna decide whether we’re a good value? How is she gonna decide whether to try us and after she uses us whether to buy us on a regular basis? And ultimately we were looking for loyal consumers who promoted our brands to their family, their friends, you know, people in the neighborhood. Okay, that was our whole business model. ................ ] (More)
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"The Customer is the Boss". Can you describe how you plan to implement this work philosophy during your workday?
Weegy: At the core of our strategy was the belief that the customer was the boss, and I pretty much turned the organization chart upside down and put myself at the bottom and put the customer at the top and put all of our colleagues ? you know, [ all of our associates who work directly with customers at the top of the organization chart. And we talked a lot about what is it that the customer ? who is the customer? Who is she or he? And very specifically, you know, which she? What does she need and want, okay? What experience does she want? What relationship does she want? How is she gonna decide whether we?re a good value? How is she gonna decide whether to try us and after she uses us whether to buy us on a regular basis? And ultimately we were looking for loyal consumers who promoted our brands to their family, their friends, you know, people in the neighborhood. Okay, that was our whole business model. ................ ] User: What system for priortizing your work do you think works best? Weegy: There are two approaches to ?prioritizing? the tasks in your to-do list that I see fairly often. [ By prioritization, I?m not talking so much about assigning importance to tasks, but deciding which will take chronological priority in your day?figuring out which tasks you?ll do first, and which you?ll leave to last Approach number one involves tackling the biggest tasks first and getting them out of the way. The idea is that by tackling them first you deal with the pressure and anxiety that builds up and prevents you from getting anything done?whether we?re talking about big or small tasks. Leo Babauta is a proponent of this method. Approach number two involves tackling the tasks you can get done quickly and easily, with minimal effort. Proponents of this method believe that by tackling the small fries first, you?ll have less noise distracting you from the periphery of your consciousness. .............. ] User: Have you ever had a situation when several ... (More)
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