Amazing Service Begins with Engaged Leaders

eTouchPoint

Great customer service isn’t hard to deliver–but excelling at it requires focus and attention. When any service experiences go awry, frontline leaders should look for lessons and opportunities to motivate their teams.

In this guest post, Sean B. Hawkins–named a Top 50 thought leader by ICMI–provides 4 expert tips to create high-performing teams that deliver outstanding service to customers..

 

Inspire Your Frontline Team


 

How CX Leaders Motivate and Reward Employee Excellence  

eTouchPoint

Customer experience has become the top priority for companies that recognize the limitations of a transaction-focused strategy. Many companies, however, are falling short in grasping what customers truly value.

Engage with Your Employees to Win at CX


The Surprising Link Between Customer Experience And Employee Engagement

Forbes

A recent study found that 55% of companies want to be the best in their industry in CX. And other research shows that companies that receive the highest CX ratings also have the strongest employee engagement.

The message is clear: focusing on employees is key to success in CX.

Learn 3 CX-Boosting Strategies


Motivating Employees to Drive CX: Linkage to VoC Measures

Customer Think

Tying variable compensation to CX and VoC metrics seems like a clear way to motivate employees. However, companies must take care to link the right goals to financial incentives to achieve desired outcomes.

This is not always an easy process–but it’s worth the effort.

Motivate Stronger CX Performance 

Author: Connie Harrington

Connie is a content strategist and serves as managing editor of the eTouchPoint blog. Possessing 15+ years of international experience across five continents, her focus areas include: customer experience management, customer contact management, communications planning, content marketing, email marketing, and employee engagement. Previously, she held marketing and communications leadership positions at CGI, Mindwrap, and TEOCO. She earned a B.A., cum laude, from the College of William and Mary in Virginia.