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045: Should schools care about customer service?

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In this episode

Do you give everyone who walks into your school, class, or office a positive first impression? A positive or negative school environment is shaped by individual attitudes and attention to service. But being service focused is more than just meeting someone’s needs. In this special episode, learn about a powerful shift to help you, your school, and even your relationships reach a new level of connectedness, satisfaction, and productivity.

About today’s guest

In today’s special episode we take a break from our interviews with education leaders as host John Linney discusses a recent experiences with school service. John Linney has worked in over 400 schools and districts around the world engaging staff, students and parents to improve school climates.

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