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How Barclays Communicate With Their Customers?

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E2- How Barclays Communicate With Their Customers? There are different types of ways; Barclays can communicate both internal and external customers. If the bank is communicating with internal customers (i.e. employees), this is known as internal communication. If the bank is communicating with external customers (i.e. community, shareholders), this is known as external communication. Verbal communication The financial bank can use verbal communication to communicate with customers within the organisation such as, face-to-face conversation, and outside the organisation such as, dealing with customer's complaint over the telephone. The benefits of verbal communication to Barclays are, the organisation can able to receive feedback and the communication can be passed quickly. The drawbacks of verbal communication to Barclays are, long messages are easily forgotten by listeners and it is important that the listener can hear the message without any interruptions. ...read more.

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Written communication Barclays can use written communication to send documents such as, business letters, leaflets, bank statements to an individual (e.g. customers and suppliers). An example of an internal communication is, sending an urgent letter to a manager through email. An example of an external communication is, sending bank statements in envelopes to customer's homes. The benefits of written communication to Barclays are, documents can be copied for other people, and it is useful for difficult communication such as, bad news. The drawbacks of written communication to Barclays are, documents can take time to produce, and can be spoiled by incorrect spelling or grammar. Technological communication Barclays mostly use the technological communication because; it is more useful than verbal and written communication. ...read more.

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The drawbacks of technological communication to Barclays are, if computers fail, there are no files available, and requires staff training which is very expensive to do. How disabled customers can communicate with Barclays? There are number of ways that disabled customers can communicate with the financial bank. Deaf and physically disabled customers can communicate with the bank on the internet, through on-line banking or company website. If a deaf customer wants to bank in near branches, he/she can communicate with staff members through hearing induction loops, which are available at every counter. Disabled customers can do telephone banking at home through their telephone. Physically disabled customer can bank in near branches because, Barclays provides them easy access to the buildings, for example, lower or ramped access, power-assisted doors, and low-level counters. ?? ?? ?? ?? Unit 10: Customer Service Created by Baljinder Duhra - 26 - ...read more.

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In summary, the report has detailed and in-detailed parts. If all the sections were if the same detailed level, this would be gain high marks. The first opening sentence is slightly in-correct. As it mentions how internal communication are customer's. ...

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In summary, the report has detailed and in-detailed parts. If all the sections were if the same detailed level, this would be gain high marks. The first opening sentence is slightly in-correct. As it mentions how internal communication are customer's. This is in-correct, as there are employee's. This should be corrected within the report, to gain high marks. The section 'Non Verbal Communication' does't really say what this is. Instead, the report says that this is something that employees can use to asses how consumer's are feeling. However this doesn't explain what this actually is. This would need to be re-written and placed in the report. On the flip side, the section 'Written Communication' is quite good and could acquire high marks with a slight improvement with the detail.

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The section 'Verbal Communication' is quite good. However one additional drawback, could be the difficultly of recording the message and re-listing to this, as this requires time to listen to all of the message.

Quality of writing

Though-out the report, there is no screenshot of the Barclay's website. The report uses the case study of Barclay's, and by proving a screenshot this would allow the examiner to visualize the report.


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