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Jeannie Walters

What Kind of Customer Experience Leader Do You Need to Be?

The job descriptions for a customer experience leader vary between tactical analyst and strategic overlord. Defining just what a customer experience leader does can be tricky. But what’s even trickier is when you may not have customer experience or customer insights ...
customer experience leader

You Need to Know the TRUTH About Customer Empathy!

We toss the word empathy around these days, especially in customer experience circles. And while most of us agree it's vital to have and show empathy with customers, many rarely go beyond that in really capturing the touchpoints to understand ...
customer empathy

3 Ways the Best Brands Do Omnichannel Right

Have you had enough of the term omnichannel? It blasted into our vocabulary a few years ago, shoving out multichannel as the preferred ubiquitous business speak of our time. Omnichannel paints a picture of an all-knowing customer journey. It’s agnostic ...
omnichannel

How to Avoid Hidden Disasters in Customer Experience Design

Ever have a sneaking suspicion something just isn't right, but you don't know how to fix it? Is that happening with your organization's customer experience design for service delivery? Lately, I'm seeing a lot of good intentions gone awry with ...
customer experience design

The Best Brands Focus on Emotion for CX Success

What is the backbone of CX success? They say in every relationship, it's important to have more positive interactions than negative ones. In the healthiest of relationships, the ratio of positive to negative is 2:1 or greater. The same holds ...
cx success

How Costly Is It to Not Engage Customers? 

If you've never thought about how you engage customers, then what's to stop them from becoming actively disengaged? Sometimes we set ourselves up for this! It even echoes back to us in the way we engage within our own organizations. ...
engage customers

How to Create the Most Spectacular Customer Service Disasters

Humans disappoint one another. We do it all the time. We disappoint when we don't show up for someone's big event. Or maybe we disappoint when we do show up at an intimate dinner party without an invitation. We disappoint ...
customer service disasters

How to Focus Learning Paths on Greater CX Success

If you're creating learning paths in any workplace, the goal is ultimately to be, well, better. To be better at serving customers, better at increasing efficiency, better at employee development, and hopefully, better at staying ahead of the competition. All of ...
learning paths

3 Big Themes from the Most Dedicated CX Experts in the World

The Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA) 2018 Insight Exchange offered CX experts and professionals of all kinds, various titles and comfort levels a few days to learn, connect and get inspired. I was there among them, wearing my CXPA volunteer ...
cx experts

3 Popular Habits that Make You Unpopular with Customers

There are probably a million ways to improve customer experience in your organization, so where should you start? Before you do anything, think about this: Humans have a way of turning a nice idea into a complicated nightmare. Think of ...
improve customer experience

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