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Voice Your Opinion — Win Fun Prizes!

Sep. 14, 2021 by Kerry Bodine

Voice Your Opinion — Win Fun Prizes!

How important is customer empathy? Does developing customer empathy across an organization lead to positive business outcomes? What best practices can you leverage in linking customer empathy to business results? I’m partnering with Alida and the CXPA to find the answers to these questions — and if you’re a customer experience professional, we’d love your (Read More...)

Beat Up Ideas, Not People

Aug. 18, 2021 by Kerry Bodine

Beat Up Ideas, Not People

Yesterday I read a disturbing article in The New York Times about cultural change at Twitter. In a nutshell, Twitter brought in an executive to “revamp Twitter’s design team and make it more diverse.” Part of his process: asking employees “to go around the room, complimenting and critiquing one another” in a two-hour meeting. The (Read More...)

Top 10 Reasons To Enroll In “Customer-Powered Profits”

June 3, 2021 by Kerry Bodine

Top 10 Reasons To Enroll In “Customer-Powered Profits”

If you’re looking to level up your customer experience skills, you need to check out my online course, Customer-Powered Profits: 10 Lessons To Unlock The Potential of Customer Experience. Need a reason to click that link? Here are 10! I make customer experience concepts simple. You won’t find any highfalutin language or academic explanations in (Read More...)

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Love Your Employees As Much As You Love Your Customers

Jan. 18, 2021 by Kerry Bodine

Love Your Employees As Much As You Love Your Customers

While my co-author Harley and I were prepping Outside In for publication back in the spring of 2012, I learned about the strange practice of soliciting “blurbs,” those pithy words of praise on a book’s back cover that tout the messages inside. There’s even a verb associated with this process — as in, “Would you consider (Read More...)

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