“Nelson Mandela – was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist, who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. In 1962, he was arrested, convicted of conspiracy to overthrow the state, and sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia Trial. Mandela served 27 years in prison. An international campaign lobbied for … Continue reading Are You Willing To Be Inconvenienced?
Harriet Tubman reminds us that “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember you have within you the strength, the patience and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” It’s a great reminder that YOU possess the necessary skills to begin chasing your dreams. At the Put Your Dreams … Continue reading You Can Do It! Yes YOU Can!
A few months back, I had the most unpleasant travel experience on American Airlines. I needed to return home a day earlier than initially booked and so I purchased a business class one way ticket to ensure I was able to arrive home as needed. Well to make a long story short after NUMEROUS delays … Continue reading Make Customer Recovery Customer Friendly
Unhappy! That’s the adjective I’d use to describe it. It’s the feeling you get when you realize you are working at a job, in a position, that’s draining the life out of you. There are many reasons people experience this sense of despair: Some were sold dreams and the reality of the organization or the … Continue reading Unhappy?
Just the other day, my colleagues and I were discussing the little value organizations place on the orientation process and on consistent customer service training. I’m sure you’ve experienced it; showing up for work at the new job you scored and asked to shadow another employee who will show you the “ropes”. Believe it or … Continue reading Orientation & Consistent Customer Service Training – Part 6 of the Shift From Customer Service to Customer Experience Series
Mark Murphy in his interview with Dan Schawbel, contributing writing for Forbes, said that “When our research tracked 20,000 new hires, 46% of them failed within 18 months. But even more surprising than the failure rate, was that when new hires failed, 89% of the time was for attitudinal reasons and only 11% of the … Continue reading The Right Fit – Part 5 of the Shifting From Customer Service to Customer Experience Series
People management skills are a MUST for every supervisor or manager. The truth is leading people is a very hard job. It requires supervisors or managers to connect with others and to understand what the unique drivers of their team members are. One cannot take a generic approach to managing people. We are all different; … Continue reading People Management Skills – A Must For Shifting From Customer Service To Customer Experience. This Is Part 4