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Have You Emerged Stronger Through Adversity? Four Evidence-based Lessons For Growth (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed the ways to help your team and organization emerge Stronger Through Adversity. 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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Bring on the Service Professionals? It’s Time to Supplement Mainstream Self-Service

Is it just me, or have you noticed that it’s getting harder to get ahold of a human being when you need customer service? For example, some websites have replaced their customer service number with online forms. Other companies still provide a phone number, but when you call, you are instructed to contact the company…

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Don’t Just Solve Problems! How to Actually Reconcile Relationships With Compassion

Here’s a question for you, one that I hope you’ll consider thoughtfully and answer honestly. Does your business complete transactions or create relationships? I suspect you will want to answer the question with “we create relationships,” since relational companies foster trust, enhance customer engagement, drive loyalty, and secure referrals. But do your behaviors really align…

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Are You Winning Tomorrow? How to Really Create Lasting Customer Success (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about ways to ensure customer success. 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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Being a Fred (or Davide) – Leveraging Passion to Actually Ensure Customer Loyalty

Recently, I had the good fortune to spend a month in a Tuscan farmhouse. In addition to alluring art, architecture, food, and wine, Italy is known for its “coffee counter culture.” This ritualistic morning trek involves standing shoulder-to-shoulder with other patrons to down an espresso or cappuccino and indulge in a pastry. Throughout Italy, coffee…

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Join the Convenience Revolution – How to be Easier to do Business With (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about six primary ways to drive convenience. 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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Join the Convenience Revolution – How to be Easier to do Business With

When I started working with and writing books about Starbucks (The Starbucks Experience and Leading the Starbucks Way) in the early 2000s, Starbucks’ leaders sought to create the “third place.” Conceptually, the “third place” was a gathering location between work and home. When meeting at work was too formal and meeting at home was too…

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How to Spark EI and CX – Igniting Empathy and Emotional Skill (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about how to spark EI and CX. 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 Actually Show Gratitude – The Lost Art of Appreciation (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about how to actually show gratitude. 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 Actually Show Gratitude – The Lost Art of Appreciation

I’ll say it, Your mom and dad were right; there are three magic words, “Please” and “Thank You.” Using words to acknowledge gratitude is part of developing social courtesy, but words like thank you must be supported by a grateful heart and appreciative action. In business (and more broadly in all aspects of life), the words…

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