Blake Morgan is a Customer Experience Futurist, Keynote Speaker and Author of the new book ‘More Is More’. On this episode, we ask her: Why does customer experience actually matter? We talk about customer support and contact centres. And of course, we discuss the future of customer experience and how technology will impact how brands engage with their customers.
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Kylie Ward is the CEO of the Australian College of Nursing. We go behind-the-scenes of the nursing world, and uncover what the role of a nurse actually is, how nurses impact patient outcomes and patient experiences, the ways nurses go above and beyond, and what a 10/10 healthcare experience looks like. There are plenty of takeaways from the nursing industry that we can apply to business generally.
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Brien Winther is the Managing Director of Pandora jewellery, in the UK. Previously, Brien was the President of Pandora Australia and New Zealand. Topic 1: How Pandora’s personalised bracelet charms helped build it into the successful brand that it is today. Topic 2: How Pandora manages the huge queues it receives every year in the lead up to Christmas and Valentine’s Day. Bonus topic: How Pandora turned a struggling retail store on Pitt St into a $10M success story.
David Buttel is the Managing Director of Raine & Horne real estate, in Neutral Bay. There's a lot of discussion in the property market right now about housing affordability, real estate ethics and an ongoing debate over whether you can trust real estate agents. We spoke to one of Australia's best real estate agents to uncover how he delights his customers, regardless of the industry's reputation. Today, we reveal the secrets of how real estate agents get the best prices when selling...
Col Kennedy is the General Manager of Brand and Customer Experience at Country Road, which is a premium fashion and apparel retailer. Col has a wealth of experience from working at brands like Disney, Target and Cotton On. Topic 1: How to rethink your loyalty program to drive better relationships with customers. Topic 2: What does it take to manage a brand which has thousands of employees and still deliver consistent experiences?
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Peter Wagstaff is a Senior Lecturer and Marketing Academic at Monash University. We speak to Peter about customer experience in higher education. We ask the question: Who actually is a university’s customer? We debate the reasons why bureaucratic organisations struggle to provide great experiences. And Peter shares a controversial opinion of why it’s sometimes actually good to make a student’s life difficult.
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Lawrence Mitchell is the Chief Customer Officer at SumoSalad. SumoSalad is a quick service restaurant (QSR) with over 160 franchise locations across Australia. And as you’d expect for a brand like this, the in-store experience is paramount. Since we were speaking to one of Australia’s only Chief Customer Officers, we asked Lawrence exactly what he does in his role. Not only that, but he also shares a great tip to ensure senior management knows whats going on at the customer level of your...
Ray Gillenwater is the Founder of SpeakUp, who are experts in employee engagement. We speak to Ray about how your employees can make a bigger impact on your customers than what you might think. Ray gives away some practical tips on how to use technology to delight customers. But before Ray started his company, he was the Managing Director of BlackBerry Australia and New Zealand. And we go behind the scenes to find out where it all went wrong.
We reveal the secrets of how great brands delight their customers. We speak to the CX Leaders behind brands like Pandora, Disney, Uber, SumoSalad, Country Road, Microsoft and many more! Delighting customers shouldn't be complicated, so we're on a mission to bring you jargon-free practical takeaways to help you build great customer experiences. Customer Experience Leaders launches in October 2017.