This is what good service looks like...
- Good service is attentive, friendly, warm and correct.
- People who perform good service are polite, they smile and use your name.
- Businesses providing good service are ethical, spend time training employees and apologize when things don't work out.
Here's the problem...if this is all you do, it's probably not good enough. Sure, there are plenty of companies that fail at the basics. And that gives you the edge. Being good enough earns you a fair share of a mediocre market and allows you to charge an average price for an average experience. But then there are also organizations that do more. They choose to do something really hard, create a new edge and be remarkable. They get attention, then trial and eventually erode your share of the average market.
So, you can choose to provide normal and expected good service and hope no one disrupts your plan. Or you can create your own insurance policy and be the disruptor.
Good service is the minimum expectation. It's the place to start. Not the place to rest or build an empire on.