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Problem Solving

A CSM (Customer Success Manager) needs to solve complex customer problems, which involves understanding what the underlying issues of the problem really are - not the symptoms. Organizations rely on CSMs who can assess situations and calmly identify solutions, through creative thinking, research, or both.


Relationship Management

A CSM who builds great relationships with clients achieves a lot for all parties. Customers who feel that a company is responsive to their needs are most likely to continue to use that company’s products and services.


Relational Intelligence

There are five gears that we go through during the course of our workday: fifth gear: focus mode, fourth gear: task mode, third gear: social mode, second gear: connect mode, first gear: recharge. CSMs need to be good at shifting between these gears at the right time to be able to appropriately handle their interactions with clients as well as team members.



The best CSMs are able to read and react to customer feelings, motivations, needs, and behaviors, as well as to relate to their pain points. Empathy should be at the heart of every customer success organization and an important aspect of the Org culture.


Excellent Communication

Last but not the least, the best communication is all about altitude. For someone senior, a successful CSM will stay out of the weeds. For someone is a more-detailed role, such as tech or product, the CSM needs to avoid high-level generalities.

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