employee experience

Do Leaders Really Care About Their Employees?

Does your CEO - and your entire leadership team - really care about their employees? 
 
I had another blog post in the hopper for this week, but when this article came across my desk, followed by a phone conversation with Bob Chapman, I knew I needed to write something different, something that is top of mind for me now - and often - as I work with my clients.
 
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How Do You Measure #CX Success?

How do you measure success of your customer experience initiatives?
 
For any type of project or initiative that you undertake, it's important to be able to track progress and measure success. In order to do that, you must first outline what success looks like and what metrics you'll use to measure that. Outlining what success looks like starts with: specifying the problems to solve, establishing the objectives, and defining the desired outcomes.
 
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How Do We Ensure Employees are Happy and Engaged?

I originally wrote today's post for HappyOrNot. It appeared on their blog on October 18, 2017.

Without employees, you have no  customer experience.

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Fuse Customer Experience and Employee Experience to Drive Your Growth

If you want to know which comes first,  employees or customers, Donna Morris will answer “both.”  As the EVP of Customer and Employee Experience at Adobe Systems, Morris spearheads efforts to attract, engage, and develop employees and customers.  Moreover, these efforts are well-integrated and aligned.  In a recent interview, Morris outlined for me some of the primary ways she fuses together customer experience (CX) and e

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A Culture of Excuses

Is your company culture best described as a culture of excuses?

If so, then you need to think about why that's happening. Why are people making excuses? Why do they feel they need to? Why is that OK?

And then consider making "no excuses" one of your core values. Seriously.

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Put People Before Profits

Does your company put profits before people?

I bring this up because I've seen a particular phenomenon many times: executives decide to put their employee experience and customer experience improvement efforts on pause because sales figures are down. Clearly the blame is that the people focus has derailed them from business development and closing deals; there can be no other reason for this (she said with all the sarcasm in the world).

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Four Questions You Have About Customer Experience (and answers)

On January 18th I participated with Matt Kresch (Microsoft) in the first of three video webinars (vidnars? webdeos?) that we are presenting on Customer Experience.

It was fantastic, seriously – here’s the link if you want to check it out (registration required), and we had a very engaging (that’s what the comments said) conversation about why #CX matters now, and how to get started with your customer experience initiative.

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Five Myths About Corporate Culture and Five Strategies for Cultivating a Great One

While the importance of workplace culture is well-understood, how to build a great culture is less established.  In the research and work I did leading to my upcoming book, FUSION: How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World’s Greatest Companies (published by Nicholas Brealey, an imprint of Hachette Book Group on March 13, 2018), I identified five common myths  about culture-building — as well as five strategies for cultivating a unique, healthy, sustainable organizational cultu

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8 Must-Read Posts to Start Your CX Strategy on the Right Foot

Does your company place top priority on culture and employees?

I've asked this question many times over the last several years - over the last 25 years. I've said more times than I can remember: "Quite simply, without employees, you have no customer experience." Companies have to put employees first. They have to make sure employees have a great experience. And yet... they don't.

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2018 Will Be the Year of Employee Experience

Now that according to Gartner more than 90% of businesses compete primarily on the basis of customer experience (CX), it’s no longer enough to make CX a corporate priority.  The next competitive frontier is employee experience (EX) and the signs indicate so strongly that EX will become the next priority for organizations that I’m calling 2018 The Year of Employee Experience.

What Is Employee Experience?

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