Yesterday I felt the need to make a comment on a popular travel blog. I felt a sense of injustice that some comments made by readers could be considered culturally insensitive regarding customer service in the Far East. The comments centred around the almost obsessive need for those delivering customer service in the Far East… Continue reading Learning from global experience to drive your local customer experience
I believe that my people are capable of ANYTHING. No, really, I genuinely see no limitations to their potential. It took me years to feel so confident in the team I work with, and I feel proud to be in this head space. When you believe in your people; you trust them, and their decisions;… Continue reading Are you challenging you people enough – or too much?
When did you last read you strategy plan? In fact, when did anyone else recently read your strategy plan? Is it locked away in a folder, ignored and languishing? The day job sometimes gets in the way of pausing to think about the bolder ambitions you set out to achieve, and this dramatically slows down… Continue reading Why you need a strategy day
Our very good friend Steven is as hooked on cruises as much as we are hooked on flying. He can tell you the size, weight, capacity and features on almost any cruise ship just from the name of the ship! For quite some time, he’s been encouraging us to “give it a try”, and so… Continue reading 5 lessons learned about customer experience on a cruise
For those of us in service delivery, we’ll often be used to supporting our sales colleagues when they are working on RFIs & RFPs. Creating costing models, service descriptions, defining KPIs & SLAs and even showcasing our service teams to impress a prospective client. But sometimes the boot is on the other foot. Whether it’s… Continue reading 5 CX considerations when selecting a new supplier