Leadership Insights on Leading a Customer-Centric Culture
- 7 videos | 22m 25s
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Leaders of customer-centric cultures are committed to customers in every way. They identify unique wants and needs, understand customer processes, and exhibit worthy intentions. Every day, they put the customer first, and you should, too.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Acquire insights on understanding different customers, their individual wants, needs, and profitability to the company.Acquire insights on exceptional operations management which may involve setting some new standards to ensure that the focus stays on the customer and their needs.Acquire insights on how different companies focus on delighting customers by providing good customer-service and building a relationship of mutual trust and loyalty.Acquire insights on how to make your company customer-driven which includes not only understanding what a customer is trying to do, but also the full perspective of the customer’s process including why they do what they do.
Acquire insights on how to communicate your intentions in a way that inspires loyalty.Acquire insights on how to ensure that you are making the intended impression on others to get the desired outcome and their unconditional loyalty.Acquire insights on how to make your company truly customer-centric.
IN THIS COURSE
3m 9sCustomers vary in their individual wants, needs, and profitability to the company. FREE ACCESS
4m 34sIn this video Virginia Barnes talks about an operations manager who sets a new standard for operations and project management. FREE ACCESS
3m 56sCompanies like Harley-Davidson, Zappos, Running Room, Uber, and Apple offer several ways to access customer service. They don’t use scripts, but empower customer reps to make decisions and surprise and delight customers. Sarah Robinson gives examples. FREE ACCESS
1m 40sA customer-driven organization understands not only what a customer is trying to do, but also the full perspective of the customer’s process, including why. FREE ACCESS
4m 19sTo demonstrate that your intentions are worthy of others' loyalty, apply the principle of worthy intentions. FREE ACCESS
2m 24sWhat impression do your words and actions convey? If you don't know, you could be unwittingly driving away employees and customers. FREE ACCESS
2m 23sEvery company says it is customer-focused or customer-centric, but the proof is in the pudding. FREE ACCESS
EARN A DIGITAL BADGE WHEN YOU COMPLETE THIS COURSE
Skillsoft is providing you the opportunity to earn a digital badge upon successful completion on some of our courses, which can be shared on any social network or business platform.Digital badges are yours to keep, forever.
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