Three people (dis)engagement behaviours to watch out for

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

The loyalty quandary faced by airlines

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

Why is Customer Centricity such a relevant issue today?

Preaching to the choir, perhaps, but customer centricity matters today more than ever. Gone are the days when when some customers merely accepted that customer service would be subpar, especially when dealing with entrenched services. Fortunately, customers woke up to their rights, and even the most powerful changed course. It was nothing short of a… Continue reading Why is Customer Centricity such a relevant issue today?

5 observations when moving from a corporate to a start-up

I’ve spent a lot of my career working in newly formed and start-up businesses, and I have a real passion for being part of something new & exciting. However, for the last 3 years, I headed back to the corporate world to prove to myself that the skills I used in start-ups were fully transferable… Continue reading 5 observations when moving from a corporate to a start-up

Four reasons why I love mapping customer journeys

I’ve recently been doing lots of customer journey mapping, from “as is”, to “to be”,  and “dream state” customer journeys.  It’s really rather exhausting (especially when we are doing via video conference) and involves a huge amount of thinking, debating and re-working.  At the same time, it’s a very satisfying process, with lots of lightbulb… Continue reading Four reasons why I love mapping customer journeys

Good leaders and managers are known for their team, not just themselves

A former colleagues on LinkedIn shared a comment in a recent post which I really liked: “A boss has the title, a leader has the people” – Simon Sinek Simon Sinek has said a lot of very bright, intelligent and true comments in his time, but this is one of my favourites.  If you have… Continue reading Good leaders and managers are known for their team, not just themselves

What do recruiting and dating have in common?

So you’ve lined up that first date – from viewing each others’ profiles, maybe connecting through a mutual acquaintance, exchanging messages, maybe chatting online for a while, but now if the big moment!   Will it be love at first sight? Is this “the one”? Nerves frayed, feeling red-faced and flustered, but also excited – who… Continue reading What do recruiting and dating have in common?