Service-Centric

Choose your Attitude, It’s Showtime – How to Actually Care for Every Customer (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about how to actually care for every customer. 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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Playing to Win: How to Think & Act Like Zappos (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed the five elements of Zappos’ culture that warrant attention. 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 the Ritz Carlton of Your Industry: How to Deliver Delight (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed the 5 lessons on fostering service excellence and elevated experiences. 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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Behavior vs. Score – How to Track What Actually Matters (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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There’s More to Service – 5 Ways to Help and Care (Infographic)

In this week’s blog, I discussed about how to attract and 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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Ten Ways to Keep Employees – Fundamentals for Robust Engagement (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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So You Want to Measure Customer Effort – 3 Things You Must Know

When the Greek philosopher Sophocles said, “success is dependent on effort,” he wasn’t thinking about 21st-century customer experiences. Today, in a consumer context, Sophocles might have said: “Customer success should require minimal customer effort! In last week’s newsletter, I offered a rationale for asking customers about the effort they exert to get their needs met…

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Stop Your Customers From Leaving – 5 Things You Urgently Need to Fix

The late Steve Jobs once said, “ideas are worth nothing unless executed. They are just a multiplier. Execution is worth millions.” Last week, we focused on executing fixes in response to customer complaints. This week let’s talk about driving operational excellence, so customers don’t need to complain – especially in areas that bother them most.…

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Do Reward Programs Produce Loyalty? – Tips for Creating Incentives That Drive Business

In prehistoric days – before Starbucks had a loyalty program – I asked, then CEO Howard Schultz, why Starbucks didn’t incentivize repeat business. Essentially, he answered, “why would we decrease organic loyalty when high volume customers return 28 times a month and, in the process, diminish perceived product value.” Fast forward to the 2008 recession, and Starbucks…

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