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Do you know that more than 70% of what produces customer loyalty is based on the behavior of front-line employees?
Do these rants and raves sound familiar? Bad profits might look good in an immediate financial spreadsheet, but they negatively affect overall company growth, employee relations, and customer loyalty.
Do these rants and raves sound familiar? Watch as Fred Reichheld shares an experience he had with one hotel’s poor customer service and bad profits.
Why are loyal customers important and profitable? Watch as Fred Reichheld shares how a company went from the bottom of the corporate food chain to the top in a zero-growth industry.
Watch Sandy Rogers, FranklinCovey’s Customer Loyalty Practice Leader, as he shares six things the most successful teams do in order to engage employees.
How do we get our frontline people—often the lowest paid, least engaged, and least trained—to deliver great service to customers more consistently?
Learn how to differentiate between the loyalty of convenience and true loyalty and the key to turning passive purchasers into passionate promoters.
Competitive pricing, location, and product demand all drive customer foot traffic and business, but there is another piece of the puzzle to earn and drive customer loyalty — employee engagement.
Organizations often focus on the 'what' to improve when they seek to improve customer loyalty when they should really be focusing on the 'who'. Sandy Rogers explains why in this brief blog.
Loyalty huddles don’t need to be a big production but can be extremely effective if held consistently with your team members. Use these tips from Sandy Rogers to make your next huddle a success.
When it comes to earning loyalty from your employees, your team members, and your customers, there are Three Core Loyalty Principles to keep in mind.
If you wish to improve customer service, you need to start with your frontline leaders. 70 percent of what makes a customer experience great is based on behavior of frontline leaders.
Coaching that builds loyalty is a sharing of insights. Shawn Moon reveals three tips to help you to begin sharing your insights and to earn loyalty.
The cure for apathy is to engender empathy. Most people already have empathy. We just need to help our team show empathy for our customers more often.
Showing empathy for someone else starts by making a connection. A genuine connection promotes a feeling of belonging and acceptance. Leena Rinne shares 5 basic behaviors for genuine connections.
We all want good customer service metrics that represent our customer view as whole, but are these metrics telling the truth?
Generosity is not all about giving away freebies—it’s just as much about giving the customer some relief. Shawn Moon shares 3 tips to earn loyalty through generosity.
These short, targeted meetings (huddles) will teach and reteach the practices and principles of earning loyalty to your team. Held at regular intervals, these huddles will earn loyalty.
From frontline employees to the CEO, everyone can play a part in building customer loyalty. The Loyalty Leader Mindset is based on three core principles: empathy, responsibility, and generosity.
Do you listen to understand, or to reply? Learn how to listen effectively and you will build customer loyalty. Shawn Moon shares some tips for effective listening and explains things to avoid.