When you answer the phone for your employer, you are often the first representation of your employer. When you answer the phone, does the caller feel you are friendly and inviting to do business with your employer? If you had a business, what attributes would you want in your staff when answering the phone? Many of us take for granted that answering the phone is no big deal. You would be surprised at the importance of this task. Please read today’s article and bone up on your skills and your view of how you are perceived when you answer the phone.
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