5 Best Practices for Creating Uplifting Customer Experiences
Your customers have always been your focus. This is true whether you serve clients, colleagues, patients, visitors, or guests. You create processes to make their …
Keep Your Audience Captivated: How to Choose the Right Customer Service Keynote Speaker For Your Event
We’ve all suffered through bad speeches and disappointing conventions. Dull keynotes, irrelevant presentations, overly simplistic seminars, and lengthy virtual events that drain our energy and …
Ron Kaufman, Keynote Speaker, Podcast Interview
We grabbed the chance to catch up with Ron Kaufman, world’s leading educator and motivator, author of the book, Uplifting Service, and fourteen other books on service, business, and inspiration, about Organizational Culture and best practices. Ron is a man on a mission – to uplift the quality and spirit of service everywhere in the world –including with us here today.
Harvard Business Review on Transforming Customer Service
The team at Uplifting Service have been working with our clients and Professor Jochen Wirtz for many years and are happy to report that the April issue of Harvard Business Review picked up our ideas and published a short piece in the Idea Watch section. In this post, we add insights for service leaders and practitioners who would like to know more.
Uplifting Customer Service: A Job from the Inside Out
The immediate assumption when we talk about “improving customer service” is that we refer to the activities of customer-facing team members who directly “serve” our external customers, clients, buyers, suppliers, guests, users, attendees, diners, students, patients, etc.
And in fairness, most service education is indeed intended for those who “face” customers – improving the quality of service for those who pay for our services.
But seeing service improvement as mostly a frontline, customer-facing issue will not foster the development of an uplifting service culture where all employees embrace the goal of constantly adding value for others.
Creating Customer Journey Maps that Work
Many organizations are using customer journey mapping to understand and improve the experience of their customers. But the variety of terms used to describe journey maps can be confusing. And that makes the mapping process itself confusing, too.
Building a Service Culture: Interview with Ron Kaufman
Building a Service Culture, an interview with Ron Kaufman
This interview was first posted by our friends at the keynote speaker agency www.Speaking.com
How to Attract and Recruit the Right Service Talent
There is a time-tested maxim: what you think about expands in life, and what you focus on becomes clearer. What you see and say repeatedly will shape the way you live today and who you will become tomorrow.
Revolutionizing Service Culture in the Healthcare Industry
Why a Paradigm Shift is Needed and How to Get One Started
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How to Create Highly Effective Service Standards
Setting service standards is an approach commonly used to create consistent levels of service performance and enhance customer experience. Yet this practice is often disappointing, …
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