Customer Experience Keynote

Do You Want People to Repurchase? Become a Confidence Building Business (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed the ten ways to keep employees. For more information on the topic, please refer to the blog. Otherwise, this infographic visually summarizes the blog’s content. To learn more about our team, please visit josephmichelli.com. To speak to me about your CX journey, please go to josephmichelli.com/contact.  

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How to Attract and Keep Employees – 10 Absolute Must-Haves

Last week, I offered ten evidence-based practices for driving employee engagement and retention. Given the current challenges of attracting and retaining employees and the impact of those challenges on customer experience delivery, let’s dive right into ten more scientifically proven ways to increase your organization’s engagement levels. Acknowledge and promote leaders who demonstrate the ability…

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Know Your Customer – How to Seize Opportunities and Engage Loyalty

Let’s imagine you have a friend who owns a restaurant, and your friend asks you the following question: Out of necessity during the pandemic, I replaced paper menus with QR code accessible digital menus. Should I continue with the digital menus, or am I keeping them more for my cost savings as opposed to customer…

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How to Actually Win Customers – Move Astonishingly and Brazenly Fast (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about four tips for picking up the pace on the service you deliver. For more information on the topic, please refer to the blog. Otherwise, this infographic visually summarizes the blog’s content. To learn more about our team, please visit josephmichelli.com. To speak to me about your CX journey, please go…

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Cut the Clutter: How to Create Customer Delight By Making Less More (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about how to create customer delight by making less more. For more information on the topic, please refer to the blog. Otherwise, this infographic visually summarizes the blog’s content. To learn more about our team, please visit josephmichelli.com. To speak to me about your CX journey, please go to josephmichelli.com/contact.  

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Customer Satisfaction vs Delight? Make the Choice for Business Survival (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about my recipe for customer loyalty and referrals. For more information on the topic, please refer to the blog. Otherwise, this infographic visually summarizes the blog’s content. To learn more about our team, please visit josephmichelli.com. To speak to me about your CX journey, please go to josephmichelli.com/contact.

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Are You in the Delight Business? How to Mix Pleasure into Every Customer Experience (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about how to mix pleasure into every customer experience. For more information on the topic, please refer to the blog. Otherwise, this infographic visually summarizes the blog’s content. To learn more about our team, please visit josephmichelli.com. To speak to me about your CX journey, please go to josephmichelli.com/contact.

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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? How to Guide Customers Through Transitions (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about transitions in your business.  For more information on the topic, please refer to the blog.   Otherwise, this infographic visually summarizes the blog’s content. To learn more about our team, please visit josephmichelli.com. To speak to me about your CX journey, please go to josephmichelli.com/contact.  

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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? How to Guide Customers Through Transitions

While most brands help customers feel valued, appreciated, and loved during the sales phase of their journey, customer love wanes after the sale is complete. Accordingly, customers often wonder, in the words of the 1961 Shirell’s song, “Will you still love me tomorrow?” The shift from sales to service is just one of many “transitional…

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Moments of Truth – How to Master What Actually Matters to Customers

In 1981, Jan Carlzon saved Scandinavian Airlines by focusing on “Moments of Truth.” Six years later, he wrote a book titled Moments of Truth – New Strategies for Today’s Consumer-Driven Economy Carlzon described those moments as all interactions between a customer and an employee that lasted 15 seconds or more. While all customer-facing interactions are…

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