Customer Service De-Escalation Techniques

Here are the best tried and tested techniques for de-escalations in the customer service niche and the wider contact center industry.

It’s challenging to de-escalate a bad conversation with an angry client, especially as a customer service rep.

This guide will teach you how to:

1. Maintain a commanding composure

2. Try to present the situation from your point of view

3. Remember you are talking to a customer

Get actionable bite-size information about how to deal with tense calls and de-escalate like a pro!


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