She could’ve done a better job with Rule # 1 – Don’t Be Rude.
What do customers talk about after interacting with your company? Most likely, one of two things happens. They tell their friends all about the painful, frustrating experience of an interaction gone wrong. Or…they tell their friends how happy they were with the service of such an exceptionally helpful, friendly representative for your company. In fact, these […]
How important is customer experience in your organization? Most executives now consider customer experience a priority, but so many of them are still not ready to get serious about it. You may be among those who don’t have the resources necessary to improve the big picture, but you still have the power to improve customer […]
Do millennials really approach everything differently than generations before them? Or are the challenges of designing for them simply the same challenges as designing and delivering experiences for any group? Yes, millennials approach the world a little differently. But so does every generation. What should we remember as we design workplaces as we update customer […]
One of my favorite things to do is to facilitate a co-creation session with a client and their customers. They always lead to incredible insights thanks to the honest feedback of those in the room. Recently, I facilitated a session with a B2B company that was losing a bit of ground to disruptive competitors. I bet many […]
It’s become cliché to say it, but everyone does own the customer experience. If the custodian sweeping up doesn’t believe his role plays a part, then it’s easy to pull the thread and suddenly nobody thinks they own the experience overall. I ask this question a lot when I speak to groups. Who owns the […]
Sure, you may not intend to, but there are probably ways you, as the leader of your department or organization, are sabotaging the experience your customers have. And who can blame you? Today, leaders have more expectations with fewer resources. We’re asked to report on reporting reports, meaning we spend more time saying what happened […]