The Experience Economy, written by B. Joseph Pine II and and James H. Gilmore, was originally published in 1999. It painted a picture of how experience could be a driver in business in a way
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CX Training Takes a Cross-Functional Team. There’s a reason we use the term “it takes a village” when referring to educating children. Learning is an ongoing process that requires more than one point of input
Learning Makes You Happier — Science Shows it. Have you ever experienced a “conference high?” Not, I’m not talking about what happens when you skip out on the afternoon session because you got a whiff
Do you consider yourself a life-long learner? Most successful people are. Bill Gates famously reads more than 50 books per year and has stated that you don’t get old until you stop learning. Better yet,
“We’re unique, and so are the CX challenges we face.” That’s what we like to believe. We like to believe this about ourselves, our brands and our customers. We have bigger and badder challenges than
Leaders want to deliver exceptional experiences. We all want to deliver for our customers, starting with a sales experience that builds trust between our organization and our buyers. After all, sales sets the stage for the entire customer journey.
Customer experience, in all its complexity, really is about one thing to your customers: Expectations. Think about your own journeys as a customer. Have you ever been disappointed? Most likely, your story starts with a
ALL Leaders Experience Leadership Bias… There is a natural conflict of interest between companies and customers. It’s natural for any organization to have goals that don’t align perfectly with the goals of their customers. And
Customer Experience is About Value and Values Customer experience is not the new battleground anymore. It’s THE battleground. And it all centers around the word value. How can we provide value in what we
Blueprinting helps you plan the customer’s journey and the employees, processes, and activities to support that journey. This course covers the steps to creating a blueprint for exceptional customer service. Jeannie Walters describes how to gather feedback and data, map customer and employee actions, and hold a workshop session to find solutions to pain points and validate your findings. Disclosure: This item uses an affiliate link to Linkedin Learning.