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A Look Into the Future of Customer Interactions

Customers are on the go. So why shouldn’t customer service go with them? Lamont Exeter, Vice President, Learning & Performance, explains how the future of customer interactions will be...

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All Customers Want for Christmas – Make it Easy for Them to Find What They Need

Many retailers are looking ahead to the approaching holiday season with a mix of hope and concern. Although sales for the holiday shopping season are expected to rise 3.5 percent to 4 percent,...

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The Five Critical Elements of a Social Recruitment Strategy

Social media is ingrained in our lives. It is not one particular brand-named website, like Facebook or Twitter, but rather a concept. With social media, we all have a voice. It’s because of...

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Working Towards a Healthier Workplace and Workers

Good health is a major consideration for most of us. But it’s not only individuals who should be trying to maintain their good health—employers also have a vested interest in keeping...

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You're Invited to Crowdsource the Future of Hospitals

For over 100 years, the hospital has been the core of our healthcare system, and a pillar of every community - the central hub where people enter and leave this world, and where scientific...

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Addressing CSOs’ Biggest Challenges

Increasing sales is a priority for organizations. However, in a competitive environment that has many business leaders deciphering customers’ changing needs while being more cautious and...

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Six Steps to Achieve NPS® Success

Delivering an optimal customer experience has long been a priority for forward-thinking companies, becoming even more important in today’s connected and social world. But, even the best...

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Getting Out of the Weeds: A Strategic New Approach to Increasing Sales

Chief sales officers, like fighter pilots, understand the strategic importance of navigating the OODA (observe, orient, decide, and act) loop; they also know all too well that it is becoming...

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Why the Employee Matters to Customer Centricity

Your employees are the brand personified, and it’s critical that they have the skills to embody what you want your brand to represent. Lamont Exeter, Vice President, Learning &...

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How to Measure Customer Experience

In today’s customer-centric economy, contact centers everywhere are focused on delivering quality customer experiences. But, how do you evaluate your current customer experience, put...

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