I’ve been working on building out a 4-year vision on what our customers should expect from us – notice that I didn’t say what we will deliver to our customer, or what products our customers can buy from us. The most engaging customer experiences are built around the customer’s perspective, and writing it as a… Continue reading How to tell your customer experience story
This week’s blog is about the sensitive subject of challenging bosses. We all have, at some point in our career had a boss who doesn’t listen, or even worse, thinks they listen but really doesn’t. I’m going to share 3 scenarios from my own experience, and advice on how to handle this – and I… Continue reading Handling a boss situation!
It happens to the best of us: sometimes; without warning, your star performer decides it’s time to move on. With the words of Gloria Gaynor‘s famous anthem, “I will survive” ringing in your ears, here’s 4 tips on what to do to keep your business plans on track. Are they really going to move on?… Continue reading When your star performer moves on – 4 tips to keep your plans on track
On a recent holiday to California, my wonderful friends in LA had organised a few days of wine tasting in the Napa Valley. I’d previously only done wine-tasting (at vineyards) in Europe, so as well as a great opportunity to compare “old world wines” with “new world wines“, I thought I’d share what I learned… Continue reading CX Learnings from Wine Tasting in Napa Valley