When you honor people’s time, when their urgency is your urgency, worry and concern is replaced with peace of mind. The shoulders relax, the dialing and the texting and the not knowing doesn’t begin. In today’s Daily Dose, I talk about why and how companies should respect customers’ time, sharing some key case studies.
How can your business practice emotion-driven innovation? Often, what sets apart the companies that we love is that they obsess over how customers feel in certain situations. They work at understanding the emotions that are native to certain customer experiences. Then they use that understanding to redesign experiences to deliver an outcome that flips the negative emotion to a positive one. Learn more in today’s video.
When we are validated, and even the slightest concession is made to accommodate us as customers, it makes a difference. And that difference adds up in how we stack up the companies we will go back to and talk about.
A unique customer experience is the outcome of a unique company. What I mean by that is that, yes a company can put tactics into place that transactionally are out of the ordinary. But in order to be steadfast in the market, and with customers, employees, and partners, as a company that is unique — they need to address both the internal and external factors to enable them to deliver in a unique manner.
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Do the right thing for your community.
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Not arguing for head in the sand, but there’s some logic to this idea.