I get a lot of “what a cool job!” when I describe what I do. It sounds so glamorous. And everyone is a customer, so of course I hear about the worst customer service they ever had, or less frequently, the very best they’ve experienced. It is awesome. I love what I do. But as […]
Customer journey mapping is having a moment. Using customer journey maps is becoming almost (almost!) commonplace. Organizations see how beneficial mapping the customer experience is. It’s a way to understand the experience your customers are having so you can improve those confusing, frustrating or neglected parts on the journey. But there is a dirty little secret […]
Recent data from InMoment revealed how missing expectations for customers has a greater impact than meeting or even exceeding those expectations. So while you might be doing your best to provide those wow moments for your customers, your competitors might win by simply not disappointing them with negative customer experiences in the first place. What […]
It’s difficult for anyone to truly get the experience their customers have.
Asking questions without limitations can lead to a better experience for your customers.
We’re giving our brains a real workout when dealing with customers. We do our best to see the experience from the their perspective, to empathize with their issue and find the best solution, and simultaneously use processes and procedures to move the interaction to its next logical step. We use our own lens to view the experience while trying to […]
Processes involving humans (that is, ALL of them) require lots and lots of reminders, revisions and revamping.