Staff Employee Retention

Think that poor employee retention is only causing you internal hassles like re-recruitment costs and staff disruption? Think again. Research by Harvard Business School has demonstrated a clear link between staff retention and profit. Called the “Service-Profit” chain, the link was discovered a few decades ago and is even more relevant today.

In this section, we provide insight into the links between staff retention, customer service, customer satisfaction and profit. We show you how to use regular staff feedback to improve you staff retention and ultimately turbo-boost both your employees’ and your customers’ experiences.

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The Culture Code: Book Review

It may seem like a strange time to be reading this book when things that traditionally make us think of company culture – a full beer fridge, mission statement nailed on a wall somewhere and colourful beanbags in games rooms – may no longer…
CX through the crisis to recovery
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Managing customer experience: from crisis to recovery

In a single week in March, everyone had to learn to survive in a completely new way. “Ten years of change in one week” was how the New York Times characterised the way the Coronavirus pandemic has swept through society. Wherever you find…
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Black Swan: Book Review

In a matter of weeks, Covid-19 has gone from a distant piece of news, to a massive global shock. It's been called a true "Black Swan" event. The term Black Swan was coined by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his 2007 bestseller: “Black Swan: The…
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Competing Against Luck: Book Review

I'm writing this book review from lockdown during the COVID-19 crisis. While so much is changing, it's important to remember that in every disaster there is both risk and opportunity. One thing that's definitely true right now is that customer…
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Put a spring in your step - the CT way

Sorry for the bad spring pun, but there's no better time to help each other to feel a little more inspired, motivated, cheered, relaxed... you name it, we're here to help. With the news changing all the time and modern technology sometimes giving…
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Measuring NPS vs CSAT: A video with Adrian Swinscoe

Our Founder, Lindsay Willott, met with CX consultant and author of Punk CX, Adrian Swinscoe, to help us understand a little more about how to get the best from using Net Promoter Score surveys to measure customer satisfaction. Often, people…
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100 Practical Ways to Improve Customer Experience: Book Review

Usually Customer Experience business books come out of the experience of a single person, and often also a single company, which has had a reputation for generating good CX results. This month, we've been reading a book on Customer Experience…
Fanocracy Book Review
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Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers: Book Review

David Meerman Scott's New Rules of Marketing and PR is one of the books I often associate with the start up phase of Customer Thermometer. Meerman Scott's insights into content marketing and the concept of generating great content to bring…
Customer Thermometer The Ultimate Question Fred Reichheld
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The Ultimate Question 2.0: NPS Book Review

Fred Reichheld published The Ultimate Question in 2006, at a time when thought-leaders started investigating the impact of customer service on a company's success and profitability. Telephone complaints lines and long-form surveys had been the…
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Blue Ocean Shift: Book Review

When Blue Ocean Strategy by W Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne came out in 2004 it was a seismic book. The thrust of Blue Ocean Strategy (BOS) is that companies must create and drive up elements of remarkable customer experience to be different…
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Punk CX: Book Review

Adrian Swinscoe writes on customer experience and customer service for publications like Forbes and the BBC. Punk CX is his second book covering the topic of CX. We've all read books where the author has hit upon a good business idea and…