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Guest Blog: Building a Customer-Centric Culture Around CRM Software

ShepHyken

This week we feature an article by Dawn Gucciardo who took my model of Six D’s to Creating a Customer-Centric Culture and applied it to developing and implementing a CRM software. – Shep Hyken. Shep Hyken believes customer centricity must start on the inside, with your employees. Guess what? Disseminate it.

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6 Incredibly Important Learnings from 2023 Critical to Apply in 2024

Beyond Philosophy

The same principle of gradual improvement through diligent effort holds true for Customer Experiences. Achieving a customer-centric organization isn’t an overnight switch. It evolves over time, with incremental enhancements fostering a culture and experience centered around customers.

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Reshaping The Future of Digital Customer Service: 23 Influential Leaders to Watch in 2023

TechSee

Adrian Swinscoe, Customer experience advisor, author, speaker Adrian is a huge fan of organizations that do great things for their customers and has been helping many achieve their own level of greatness for over 25 years via consulting, writing, speaking workshops, and advisory work.

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Building a Great CX Team

CX Accelerator

Collaboration with Ben Motteram and Nate Brown To transform an organization into one that is more customer centric is a complex task that requires many different skills. Customer experience is multi-disciplinary. Empathy and sensitivity are the traits you would look for in a person managing an EX program.

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The Five Rules for Affecting Real Culture Change

Beyond Philosophy

Changing the culture within your organization is vital if you want to deliver a Customer Experience that fosters customer loyalty and retention. I was running a workshop with a utility client many years ago about the concept of Customer Experience. Culture change is not easy. Follow Colin Shaw on Twitter @ColinShaw_CX.

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The Power of Servant Leadership to Build and Sustain Stakeholder Value

Beyond Philosophy

During a recent series of stakeholder behavior instructional workshops conducted for our clients, one of the strongest areas of interest among workshop participants was how to gain senior management support and sponsorship for various customer-related and employee-related initiatives. Michael Lowenstein, Ph.D.,

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The Power of Servant Leadership to Build and Sustain Stakeholder Value

Beyond Philosophy

During a recent series of stakeholder behavior instructional workshops conducted for our clients, one of the strongest areas of interest among workshop participants was how to gain senior management support and sponsorship for various customer-related and employee-related initiatives. Michael Lowenstein, Ph.D.,