In this age of growing digital distance, people are dying to find connections. They want to feel seen and heard. They want to know that they matter.
Those people are your customers. They are also your employees.
Customer experience and employee experience are two sides of the same coin. When your employees feel valued and appreciated, your customer’s experience will be positively affected. The opposite is also true.
With that in mind, experience can easily supersede the realistic quality of your product or service. This means that the way we make people feel directly impacts our bottom line and the overall customer experience that we are trying to build.
However, customer and employee experiences are not something that can be rebuilt from scratch. Their methodology must be tweaked and changed while they are already in operation, making the process of change even more difficult.
How can these areas be addressed and improved? What tools can be adopted to create better experiences all the way through the process?
We spoke with Joey Coleman, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of two beautiful companion books, Never Lose A Customer Again and Never Lose An Employee Again. With a compelling background in government, law, and – yes – customer experience, Joey helps organizations focus on the First 100 Days of both CX and EX.
After years of research in the employee experience field, Joey has written a pair practical, evergreen books that will stand the test of time and continue to resonate with audiences decades down the line. A champion of the “six modes of communication” and the value of video, Joey has made it his mission to educate, enlighten and build better, more in-tune leaders for generations to come.
- Why CX and EX are two sides of the same coin
- What the six communication tools are and how to leverage them in the First 100 Day and beyond
- How creating TOJ (tears of joy) can result in an emotional impact in customer and employee relations
- How to harness the potential of video messages
Human Connection and Emotional Impact in EX and CX
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Video Highlights with Joey Coleman
Check out the top five video highlights from the discussion about human connection and emotional impact in both employee experience and customer experience…
1. Definition of Customer Experience
2. Importance of Human Connection
3. The Relationship Between EX and CX
4. The Backstory of Never Lose An Employee Again
5. The Power of Video Messages and Video Communication
Thanks To Sons
Bonus: Nod to LEGO for EX and CX
Links Related to This Conversation:
- Joey Coleman on LinkedIn
- Joe Janes Live with Chris Bogue
- Never Lose An Employee Again
- Never Lose A Customer Again
Other Episodes You’ll Enjoy:
- Episode 15 with Joey Coleman “You Have 100 Days to Create or Lose a Lifelong Customer”
- Episode 100 – The Epic Takes Mixtape “Human-First Highlights from 100 Episodes”
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