Friday, March 4, 2011

Wow!

Last weekend, my wife & I had been to Pizza Hut for dinner. Oh yes, Pizza is considered dinner when you don’t have too many options. We got to our table and were given the menu card to place an order. All along the guy serving us was doing everything that was expected of his job; attentive, polite, courte, well-mannered and multi-tasking. All along he was a good listener and kept up with the pace in the place. We got served some tasty pizza and then came the surprise of the evening! Time for the check/bill. No, I’m not going to complain about the cost or taxes or any such thing…go ahead and have a look at the bill.


Wow! Just. Wow. This was absolutely wonderful and it’s got a personal touch. To be honest, this happened the second time around (last time was a few months back). Hence, it deserves this time and space on the blog!

Are you a manager wondering how to identify top talent within your team?

This display of ‘wow’ right here should act as an example. There were at least 8 other people serving tables at the place. Among them this was a stand-out performance. He didn’t need to do anything different, rather was not required of his role to do anything different. Yet, he chose to go the extra mile, take the extra step and deliver awesome customer experience.

6 comments:

Balaji said...

this shows the commitment to the job the individual is performing.
Good one.

mashhood said...

thats really good... it looks good tough... great service....

Mel Clifford said...

The difference bewteen what is expected and what is amazing - really makes the difference so WOW
Regards Mel

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Sarah said...

Great one.....wow is use mainly while we eat.

Katherine Noto said...

Wow is an amazing word which we use in our daily lives...

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