The worlds gone crazy or is it just my local shopping centre! With only a few weeks till Christmas and after a big weekend of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, shopping is in full swing as is the rush to complete projects before the office shuts for 2019.
Online, spacing, shelving, opening and closing times, personal attention.
4 tips to make your work Christmas party one to remember...for all the right reasons.
When it comes to the first day for the new recruit ensure you are there or if not assign someone who believes in the vision and values of your organisation to greet them and create their first impression.
Ahead of my presentation at the Chief Customer Officer Conference in Sydney, CCO Sydney interview me about the ways to help drive value and insert decision making through business, the shift in organisational culture to be more customer centric, key drivers to build better employment engagement and much more.
There is a three-step process when it comes to service recovery: Listen, Empathise, Action.
Creating the opportunity for casual staff to see your business as a workplace of choice.
Stepping out of your comfort zone for many people is hard when it comes to attending an event where you may not know anyone.
You must communicate the correct information to everyone in your team, no one likes being kept in the dark.
What we assume as being a provider of a service or facility versus the expectations are of our actual customers or clients.
There are times when being the CEO/Entrepreneur/Manager you question the journey you are on, wondering if you have sold out completely to the “corporate world” or that your values are no longer congruent with the company you work for or the clients you are taking on.You need to take a moment to remember why you do what you do and seize the opportunities that you create and reinvigorate your passion for what you do.
How a smile plays a role in inclusion and diversity.
It's time to review, revamp and replace your offering.
Service recovery is an event that occurs when the customer’s expectations are not met. As a leader you need to provide tools and strategies on how your frontline and sales teams as well as your managers handle a customer complaint or concern which is targeted at the service provider even when it may not be their fault but it is now their problem. Four key aspects on how to build resilience in your team when it comes to service re... Read more
https://www.michellepascoe.courses/sales-page-716ec607-12ea-4b83-b1d3-b65d6f0ce999 As providers of the brand experience and creators of memories for your business, no matter what your product or service offering you need to connect the head and the hear, having your customers experience the emotion, not just be expos... Read more
Upon returning from Denver, Colorado over the weekend where I attended the National Speakers Conference, with many wonderful speakers the topic of Trust in the workplace and in life was discussed on the platform as well as in the hallways. In this weeks podcast I would like to share with you why I believe Trust is one of my top 8 values in life and in business. Next week commencing on the 13th August I am presenting 3 free live ... Read more
Investing in yourself through professional development can translate into a greater customer experience when you put your notes into actions.
If you don't manage the skunks with the poor behaviour, the good people leave or they stay and think why bother?