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Latest "Customer Experience" Posts

There is a lot we can learn from great companies, big and small. Many books have been written about companies like Disney, Nordstrom, Ritz-Carlton and Apple. And, once we learn how they do it, the key is making it work for our companies. It’s not about just learning, but also about executing what we learned. Continue reading

The Convenience Revolution

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!

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Less than one week before the release of my new book, The Convenience Revolution: How to Deliver a Customer Service Experience That Disrupts the Competition and Creates Fierce Loyalty, so I thought it appropriate to share some thoughts on how being easy – or convenient – can give you a competitive advantage over your competition.

When your customers can buy what you sell from others, that’s called competition. That also makes it a commodity. If they’re selling the same thing, why should I buy from one company over another? Is it the quality of the product? Is it the price? Is it the customer service?  Continue reading

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.

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Bend Over Backwards For Your Customers

How to adopt a hospitality mentality within your organization.

Shep Hyken sits down with his friend and restaurateur Kim Tucci. They discussed “the hospitality mentality,” how to hire good people and ways to reduce employee turnover.

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Be Nice… Always

Why (and How) to Put Your Customers at the Center of Your Decisions

Shep Hyken sits down with his close friend, colleague and customer service expert Buddy Rice. They discussed how he helped Delta Airlines with their customer service culture, what customers are really looking for, and the RATER service quality model.

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Someone once said that if you want to know if the company is treating their employees well, try the coffee.

The coffee? Really? Okay, I get it. One little detail can give you a glimpse into a much bigger picture. The idea is that the coffee machine and the quality of the coffee is an indication of how the employees are treated. Continue reading

Amazing Customer Service Tips From A Doctor

Techniques from the stage to optimize the patient/customer experience

Shep Hyken sits down with Dr. Bob Baker. They discussed his new book The Performance Of Medicine, how Bob relates his experiences as a magician and doctor to customer service, and how to optimize the customer/patient experience. There is a lot that anyone and any business can learn from Dr. Bob!

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