3 Steps to Help Your Managers Prepare for Difficult Conversations

In times of challenges and uncertainty, supervisors might be experiencing an increase in the number of difficult conversations with their staff. These could include delivering bad news about an employee’s job, informing staff about work restructuring, or discussing other complicated and stressful work situations. Preparing for the conversation Before going into the conversation, ask yourself… Read More

Bring Your Customers on the Journey with You

How to make it easy for prospects and customers to buy….. A customer journey map is a very simple idea: a diagram that illustrates the steps your customer(s) go through in engaging with your company, whether it be a product, an online experience, retail experience, or a service, or any combination. The more touch-points you… Read More

How to Find Your Best Clients

And it’s not necessarily those who spend the most…. The squeaky wheel is the one that gets the oil. We all know that. And the customers that complain are the ones we listen to, and with good cause. But when we do so we often forget to pay sufficient attention to our other customers. Because… Read More

The Customer is NOT Always Right!

3 reasons why the customer is not always right One of the oldest adages for customer experience and customer service is “The customer is always right!”. Sorry, I don’t hold with that. Why? People assume that it is better to keep a customer rather than alienate a customer. But often this is not the best… Read More