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
A well intentioned colleague recently referred to customer success as “the new customer service” in an attempt to show that customer delivery has moved on. The sentiment is right, but the message is wrong – customer success is SO MUCH more than a better version of customer service. It’s not just a team, it’s a… Continue reading Why customer success is NOT the new “customer service”
Everyone has faced / will face many hurdles and challenges in life – work, home, love life. It’s part of growing up, and becoming who we are. Dealing with work challenges can be really tough, as we often feel the need to hide our true feeling as we work through the change. Having recently faced… Continue reading 4 tips on getting over a negative work situation
I was trying to engage a colleague in the supposition that the most engaging and addictive customer experiences tend to be the most data driven. My colleague (an ardent fan of delivering customer delight) looked at me strangely and asked, “surely the best customer experiences are driven through the human interaction with customer success rockstars?”… Continue reading A story about how data powers your 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