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The Elephant in the Room

Where have I been?

I have been pondering how best to explain this and have yet to come up with a good answer. As weeks turned into months, it got harder and harder to explain...so I kept putting it off.

After several of you began asking me if Fedability was done...I decided I still had something to say, something to give...and I just needed to jump back in.

Luckily (?) I have been facing a topic that I feel strongly about - and decided it was the perfect issue to start back with. That is, customer service goals. As you might expect (or maybe you don't), I don't have the obvious, traditional view on it. So here we go...

Let's talk about customer service! 

The next four weeks we will be focusing on customer service. What is it? How do you measure it? Should we be talking about customer service at all? 

This week, we cover the  concept "Customer is king'. But, you might also like our prior post about customer service doesn't mean being a doormat.

Impacted by the government shutdown?

If you've been impacted by the government shutdown, you might be interested in our post on making the most of the government shutdown by using this time to develop your career.

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Fedability IDP course details
The Fedability IDP course is designed for someone at any level ready to take action to develop a plan for creating a career journey that they find fulfilling. Someone looking for a structured approach to creating their own individual development plan.

It is entirely email-based so you can work through it at your own pace. Over the next 7 weeks, you'll receive an activity prompt that will guide you through the 6 steps for creating a solid IDP.

As mentioned, it's an entirely free class. There's no strings attached.

To register, click the button below. It will generate an email to us to get you started!
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This week's posts from Fedability!

Unintended consequences of customer service goals

Goal setting is effective. But, there’s a risk in goal setting. The risk is, you may reach your goal but not get what you want. In fact, sometime our goal setting is so effective we actually worsen the original situation within unintended consequences. What the heck gibberish is that? You might reach your goal…but not […]
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