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Category Archives: customer loyalty

{Infographic} Winning Customer Experiences – Simple Matter of Trust

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{Infographic} Customer Value – Expanding across the 12 Standard Forms of Value

Tweet                                                                                           ________________________________________________________________________ Joseph A. Michelli, Ph.D. is a professional speaker and […]

Customer Value: Expanding Across the 12 Standard Forms of Value

Tweet Great leaders often ask me to help them create “customer value”, while others ask me to help them create “profit.” For me, the only way to generate sustainable profit is by developing a core competency for customer value creation. Chasing profits is a tiring and stressful endeavor – creating value is an innovative and energizing […]

Customer Experience and Value Add: Make it Personal, Emotional, and Sensory

Tweet Being raised in an emotionally expressive Italian family, it’s no wonder that I’ve been attracted to the emotional side of business and the importance of “emotional value” in customer experience creation. Over the years, I’ve gravitated toward thought leaders who’ve echo my belief that “all business is personal” and to my view that “behind […]

Infographic: Customer Experience Creation: Give ’em a Reason to Hire & Keep You

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Customer Experience Speaker, Consultant, Author OR…A Robot

Tweet At first, I didn’t have the heart to place my various occupational titles in the search field. I was afraid I’d find I’d already been replaced. However, a wave of courage washed over me and I went boldly into the unknown. Whew…as an author I might be safe with a percentage just less than […]

{Infographic} Service Delivered: Timeless Change

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Service Delivered: Timeless Change!

Now, when it comes to customer service, home delivery (in keeping with the lyrics of a Peter Allen song) represents something “old,” which has been repurposed through digital technology, “to be new again.”

Looking Beyond the OBVIOUS: Spotting Customer Experience SUBTLETIES

Tweet It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to identify the obvious trend away from brick and mortar in favor of online purchasing. Store closings, layoffs, and predictions of doom haunt many traditional retailers such as the Sears Holding Corporation (parent entity for both Sears and Kmart and an employer of 140,000 people). In a recent SEC […]

{Infographic} Once Upon a Time People Assisted One Another…

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