During this month, I’ve adopted a theme to my blogs focusing on various ideas, concepts and posts that I have shared in the past to help those of you considering customer experience transformation to take that leap of faith. In the second of five posts, I’ll focus on managing change in your customer experience. Modern… Continue reading CX2/5: Five tips on managing change to your customer experience
During this month, I’ve adopted a theme to my blogs focusing on various ideas, concepts and posts that I have shared in the past to help those of you considering customer experience transformation to take that leap of faith. In the first of five posts, I’ll focus on developing a customer success team from your… Continue reading CX1/5: Turning Customer Service into Customer Success
I recently attended a CX networking event – it’s always interesting to see what the latest thinking is and re-connect with your peers. At the event, I met up with former colleague – we compared notes on our respective (conservative) industries, talking about the need for greater flexibility in how we support customers. As more… Continue reading Do your people expect too much flexibility, or are you too rigid?
I met a rather senior acquaintance for drinks the other week. Following a promotion, they are tasked with turning a relatively strong performance service team into “best in class” champions of customer engagement. My acquaintance wanted to kick around a few ideas on this rather exciting project – and highlight a few concerns. Modern business… Continue reading Balancing budget with ambition in CX
As it’s LGBT Pride Month, I thought it might be interesting to talk about allies. Of course, this discussion doesn’t just apply to LGBTQ+ community, it’s relevant for all aspects of diversity and inclusion – be that gender parity, sexuality, ethnicity, physical (dis)ability, mental health or any other part of society who may not have… Continue reading LGBTQ+ Pride Month: Who needs allies?
“Hello there, it’s Amy here. So how was your dress fitting?” It was like music to my ears, as I sat amongst my team in Bristol. They deal with a complex insurance product, and customers need a lot of help to wade through the complexity of the policies to find the right product for them. … Continue reading This is how every customer call should start
Over the past 6 weeks, I’ve had the great misfortune to be put on trail – I’ve been questioned numerous times, told to submit electronic and paper documents, I’ve been held up for hours, and faced lots of frustration, uncertainty, worry and doubt. You might be wondering what terrible crime I have been charged with? … Continue reading Do you treat your customers as guilty until proven innocent?