Not just hearing, but translating innovations and insights is a huge part of the value of the Total Customer Experience Leaders Summit. Our unique idea gathering wrap-ups between sessions facilitate alignment of customer strategy inspiration with business relevant actions and have been one of our most highly rated features in the past.
Here on the blog, we’ll be presenting weekly idea gathering wrap ups of some of our favorite customer experience strategy, design and alignment news and views. This week, let’s flip things around and talk about employees.
Cynthia Clark of 1to1Media recently wrote “Most companies are striving to improve the experience they deliver to their customers. However, unless they address internal process issues, this task might be a lot more difficult than expected and could lead to disappointing results.” When employees can’t perform in an efficient manner, customer experiences are directly impacted.
Perhaps at the other end of the spectrum, this feature “The Happiness Machine” on Slate
discusses the many ways that the Google’s human resources department optimizes employee experiences…right down to how many minutes is ideal to wait in line for lunch.
Lastly, a new report from Temkin group identified “Employee Engagement” as one of their core customer experience competencies.
Is your customer experience program engaging employees? Tell us about it in the comments.
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Michelle LeBlanc is a Social Media Strategist at IIR USA with a specialization in marketing. She is the voice behind the Total Customer Experience Leaders Summit on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. She may be reached at email@example.com