In honor of Mother's Day this weekend, I thought this was a fitting time to share some customer experience lessons from Mom. It's been a while since I've done a "Customer Experience Lessons from..." post. I enjoy writing them, so I'll be doing more of them real soon.
As I'm writing my blog, I often weave in stories about my kids - lessons I've taught them or conversations we've had that seem to apply equally to this world of customer experience. Time to put them all together in one place. So here goes...
Last week, I wrote about Union Bank and their "Do Right" campaign. I love the campaign, but I was left with questions as to whether employees live it and customers experience it. One company who leaves me with no such questions is Amazon.
As some of you may know if you've perused my site (or just clicked on the SoCalCXPA tab above), I am a team lead for the CXPASoCal Local Networking Events. This means that my two cohorts (Jen Maldonado and Kim Proctor) and I organize local events every quarter to bring together SoCal customer experience professionals. The format for these events is networking, speaker, roundtable discussions, and wrap-up.
There's been a lot of talk and press about Andrew Mason leaving (OK, getting fired from) Groupon. I didn't pay much attention to it until I came across this post over the weekend about The 13 Best Resignation Letters of All Time. His really stood out to me for a variety of reasons.