My husband and I were fortunate enough to have a wonderful holiday in Puerto Rico. We experienced the wonderful old town of San Juan, the tropical rainforest of El Yunque and finally the small paradise island of Vieques. I wanted to share observations on customer experience from my trip to Puerto Rico. In last week’s post,… Continue reading Customer Experience in Puerto Rico: Part Two – brilliant basics, magic touches
It’s a topic that comes up a lot – whether it’s when I’m talking with recruiters about my style of managing people, with senior management on the topic of addressing unhappiness in their teams, or most recently, with inspired small start-ups who are looking to build a strong customer-centric culture from day one – is… Continue reading Is your team’s happiness linked to customer happiness?
As it’s been 4 months since I started my new life in Portugal, I thought it would be fun to write a short series of posts to share how, as a foreigner, it feels to experience Portuguese service and culture. In the first of this series,“Process before customer”, I’ll focus on some of the actual… Continue reading CX Portugal 1: Process before customer
In every single operating environment around the world, irrespective of business maturity or industry sector, managers struggle each quarter to ensure that those at the bottom of the business understand, feel connected to and ultimately drive the business goals. Every company I have worked in has done some good stuff here, but equally made a… Continue reading Are your business goals resonating with your people? 5 tips to drive results!
As we head into summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere!) and the pace adjusts slightly, hopefully giving us a little time to reflect, develop and plan, I wanted to share two posts that relate to HOW we achieve our goals and WHAT we can and should expect from those around us in the process. … Continue reading Three people (dis)engagement behaviours to watch out for
I recently attended and spoke at a conference on the topic of customer experience. As at every conference, throughout the day, there were many speakers and panellists – some great, and some less engaging. For some, as they walk toward the stage, you can see that they are filled with the fear of god, and… Continue reading 5 tips on delivering the best presentation
I recently undertook one of my crazy “fly-around-everywhere” weekends, which took hubbie and me to six countries on ten planes with four airlines. You might think I’m crazy to spend precious leisure time on flights and in airports (on that, I couldn’t possibly comment), but from a CX (customer experience) perspective, there’s a lot of… Continue reading The loyalty quandary faced by airlines