A Complaint Is a Gift: Recovering Customer Loyalty When by Janelle Barlow

By Janelle Barlow

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The vice president swore his staff Complaints: Necessary Evil or Opportunities? 37 to secrecy. A year later, Norton’s company received a letter from the client’s lawyer indicating that the contract would not be renewed. Norton came to believe, “Those who say something about the short comings of your product or service want you to do better. ” He says that that client was a dream to deal with in that final year, but as a consequence, he didn’t learn a thing about how to keep its business. He didn’t have a clue that the client was about to ditch his company.

Children typically don’t believe this for a second, but once they have their own children, they have a different take on the negative feedback they received as children. At times, children drive their parents crazy because they don’t do what is expected of them. Children say one thing and do another. They forget to do what they promised. They speak out of turn. And as parents, we will not tolerate this behavior if we want our children to grow up to have good lives and be people we can be proud of.

They speak out of turn. And as parents, we will not tolerate this behavior if we want our children to grow up to have good lives and be people we can be proud of. Sound familiar? Fred Wiersema, business strategist and author, makes an interesting point about losing customers, saying that organizations have to be doing some pretty stupid things to lose them: “I disagree with the broad statement that says loyalty is dead . . most customers are incredibly sticky . . if you lose a customer, you have really messed up.

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