If you teach high school business or career readiness, you likely spend time teaching customer service skills. And while there are a ton of resources available to help adults hone those skills, teachers often tell us they struggle to find relevant, engaging materials to teach customer service to high schoolers. In this article, you’ll learn how to teach customer service skills in high school by following these six steps:
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