In this Daily Dose I explain why it’s important to hire, develop, and nurture people who are available to customers, who rescue them.
Do you believe customers are assets or cost centers? Thinking about customers as assets is my first customer experience competency. In today’s episode, I share three actions that your company must take to enable your team to act in ways that honor customers.
As a business leader, do you think about how your approach to hiring impacts your organization and customer experience? In today’s podcast episode, I’m revisiting conversations with two previous guests, Mary Winfield, VP of Customer Experience and Trust at Lyft, and Carolyne Matseshe-Crawford, Head of Fan Experience at Fanatics. Both of these women place a strong value on employee experience, and you’ll hear some of their strategies regarding implementation tactics.
Expounding on my latest Daily Dose vlog, I’m revisiting conversations from two CX leaders who have united their organizations to conduct a CX transformation led by a specific purpose and mission that enhances the overall experience.
In this special video interview, I interview Jay Baer, Founder of Convince & Convert, and author of Talk Triggers: The Complete Guide to Creating Customers With Word of Mouth. Jay shares examples from 3 companies (B2C and B2B) who’ve successfully operationalized talk triggers that keep their businesses booming and customers talking.
As “customer experience” has become a hot topic and nearly every industry has embraced it as a priority for their business, it is important that it also become united across your organization. And that means building a one-company approach to business strategies.
Is your organization taking the time to improve its employees lives? When you improve the lives of your employees, you’re also taking the right steps to improve the lives of your customers. Let’s look at how Best Buy fights competition and high turnover by employee investment.
Translating customer experience lessons to consumer packaged goods experiences with VP of customer experience, Kathy Tobiasen.
Based on my experience as a CX practitioner, this is my response to a few key findings in Forrester’s report – “Predictions 2018: The Crisis Of Trust And How Smart Brands Will Shape CX In Response”
This dragged on way too long.