Amazing Business Radio features customer service expert and New York Times bestselling author Shep Hyken who interviews leading business professionals and other customer experience experts. Each guest shares tips and insights on how to succeed in business.
The bright business minds featured on Amazing Business Radio come from all over the world and include viral video stars, corporate CEOs, bestselling authors, thought leaders, and many other inspiring personalities. The show covers a variety of topics related to customer service and customer experience and will provide answers that listeners need to know in order to take their success to the next level.
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Thanks for Coming in Today
Taking Care of Employees So They Can Take Care of Customers
Shep Hyken interviews Ryan Minton. They discuss his new book, “Thanks for Coming in Today,” the hospitality industry, employee and customer appreciation, and the concept of aggressive hospitality.
The Habit of Service Consciousness
Pulling Yourself and Your Company Toward Success
Shep Hyken interviews Mark Samuel. They discuss Mark’s new book, which outlines how to achieve success by breaking down silos, creating a vision of success, and emphasizing behaviors over outcomes.
The Business of Emotion
Striking a Balance Between Technology and Human Connection
Shep Hyken interviews Rebecca Martin. They discuss the role of technology in customer service, how emotion can drive customer loyalty, and how marketers and contact center workers can help each other in building the ideal customer journey.
The Nine Mistakes
Finding Your Purpose to Achieve Success Sooner
Shep Hyken interviews Skip Prichard. They discuss Skip’s new book, The Book of Mistakes: 9 Secrets to Creating a Successful Future, which details the most common mistakes people make in their professional and personal lives.
The Gig Economy
Cost-Effective Customer Support in an On-Demand Society
Shep Hyken interviews contact center expert Chrissy Cowell. They discuss the concept of the “gig economy,” the utilization of contact centers for freelance employee management, and how on-demand agents can provide cost-effective support and solutions for your customers and your business.
The Attitude of Excellence
Growing Your Organization to Deliver Superior Customer Service
Shep Hyken sits down with his longtime friend, Dr. Willie Jolley and discuss the strategies he used to help Ford avoid bankruptcy, why you and your organization should be constantly improving, and the 10 Commandments of Superior Service.
Transparency In Business
Delivering an Experience That Makes Price Irrelevant
Shep Hyken sits down with Ty Collins. They discussed how to raise your prices without losing customers, why you should be transparent, and how to give customers the best experience possible.
How to Ensure You Are Delivering Success For Your Customers
Shep Hyken sits down with Nick Mehta, CEO of Gainsight. They discuss why you should be proactive instead of reactive, how the subscription model is shaping customer loyalty, and why making your customers happy is no longer enough.
Creating A Customer Experience Initiative
Owning Your Customer Service Initiative From the Top Down
Shep Hyken sits down with Christa Heibel to discuss the role the c-suite level plays in creating a CX strategy, how to keep track of your omnichannel presence, and how to measure and improve your customer experience strategy.
Five Myths About Monetary Incentives
Why Giving Monetary Incentives is a Bad Idea
Shep Hyken sits down with Sam Stern. They discussed Sam’s research on why giving employees monetary incentives for providing good customer experiences is a bad idea.
It’s All About CEX
Building a Community of Champions
Shep Hyken sits down with Jason Bradshaw to talk about his new book, It’s All About CEX: The Essential Guide to Customer and Employee Experience. They also discuss the compounding effect of being 1% better, how customers and employees measure success, and how to build a community of champions.
From Like to Love
Inspiring Emotional Commitment from Employees and Customers
Shep Hyken sits down with Keith Alper to talk about his new book, From Like to Love. They discuss how to create a loving employee culture, the five basic needs of employees, and what millennials want in the workplace.
Listen To Your Customers… Or Die
How to Turn Customer Feedback Into Gold
Shep Hyken sits down with Sean McDade. They discussed how to create a consistent customer experience, why you should listen to your customers (and what to do with what they tell you), and how you can create a customer-centric organization.
How to Deliver a Customer Service Experience That Disrupts the Competition and Creates Fierce Loyalty
Shep Hyken shares Six Convenience Principles from his latest book, The Convenience Revolution that will either disrupt the market or be disrupted. You don’t have to compete with all six convenience principles but if you can’t find one or two areas where your organization can raise its game, prepare to be disrupted!
30 Days to Better Customer Service
Journey Mapping Your Way to a Better Customer Experience
Shep Hyken sits down with Doug Sandler to discuss journey mapping, important customer service skills, and assessing risk and value throughout your customer journey.
Give Employees What They Crave Most
Take Time to Properly Motivate Your Team
Shep Hyken sits down with Gregg Lederman to talk about his new book, Crave: You Can Enhance Employee Motivation in 10 Minutes by Friday. They discussed how to replicate your best people and give them the happiness and motivation they crave and deserve.