As a customer experience leader, you need to have a good understanding of your organization’s culture. The culture is defined by actions, not words. Here are three behaviors you need in order to prove your commitment to customer-driven growth.
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Jennifer Severns, Chief Experience Officer at the American Marketing Association, a nonprofit organization, discusses some of the challenges she faced while coming into an organization that helps chief marketing officers, chief customer officers, marketers, and others, determine and understand their role in the world.
Make-mom-proud companies stay in touch and keep customers out of the dark during times of disruption. They give customers peace of mind that they are working on their behalf.
Whether you’re currently a CCO, looking to become a CCO, or a C-Suite leader who manages customer relations within your organization, there are a few key principles and ideas that you should be familiar with if you want to be successful.
To succeed as a chief customer officer (CCO) or customer experience executive, you’ll need to understand how you can align with the overarching vision and approach of the CEO or executive who oversees your work. Learn about the two different types of leaders you may encounter in your CCO career journey.
In this episode with Curt Balara, CCO of Bel Brands, we discuss customer experience for a retail, B2B2C company. We chat about how essential it is for the consumer packaged goods industry to become more customer-centric. One thing you’ll definitely want to tune in for is Curt’s advice on elevating your relationships with partners and approach to joint business planning.
Have you held yourself back from that next career move because you think your skills don’t translate to another industry? In today’s video, I discuss the three fundamental skill sets that you must develop as a chief customer officer or customer experience leader in order to prepare yourself to move across industries.
In order for customer experience to be considered a core competency of the business—one as important as product development, finance, marketing, or sales—CX needs to be built and honed as a skill.
Flip the script on the high pressures sales tactics and confusing documents than many companies provide! In today’s video, I talk about how you should earn your relationships with your customers by providing transparency and guidance.
In this insightful episode, Leslie McNamara and I chat about team development and the importance of getting your house in order to bring the utmost value to your clients and partners.