This week Carl is joined by Deb Corless, one of the founders of the CX movement in the UK to discuss the unfolding impacts of the Covid-19 crisis. This wide ranging conversation raised some interesting issues for people working in customer and employee experience who are concerned about future direction.
A look at taking a proactive approach to navigating customer and employee experience in the crisis period.. In this episode of ExperienceCast, Clara Llamas and Rosa Storm, Service Designers at LiveWorkStudio share their insight from working with companies progression in the current climate.
While it’s impossible to predict how the Coronavirus pandemic will develop, businesses are having to try and develop some idea of what the next few months will look like. In this episode of ExperienceCast, we bring you our recent QoE Online debate which brought together a cross-sector panel of professionals to examine how businesses are adapting.
To what extent will things return to 'normal' after the coronavirus pandemic? And what will be the longer term impact on customer and employee experience? To tackle this question, we hosted QoE online debate featuring a cross-industry panel of CX and EX professionals. We hope that this episode will give you some insights into how other sectors are responding to the crisis.
Employers are increasingly having to navigate the tricky landscape of employee experience in order to attract and retain staff. In this episode, Phillip Hirons from events company IQPC summarises the key challenges that EX poses for employers.
Coronavirus is forcing a large number of workers to work at home. For some this will be a pleasure, but for others it will be extremely challenging. IN this episode, we look at the issue of working at home in a crisis and suggest ways to make the most out of the experience.
A growing number of businesses are finding that focusing on sustainability can drive bottom line performance. Just as importantly, it provides a valuable opportunity to unite employees behind a positive message. In this episode, Virgin's Head of Innovation and Strategy, David Goldsworth, explains how businesses can create multiple opportunities from sustainability.
More effort is good, right? Or is it? If an organisation can access discretionary effort, it's in a strong position. But if going the extra mile becomes normalised, what is the impact on employees - and ultimately on customer experience? In this episode, we're joined by CX professional Leigh Page to help us tackle this issue.
Employee mental health and wellbeing are increasingly recognised as a key to unlocking untapped performance in a business. But how can you convince those who don't see this as a priority? In this episode, we look at ways of initiating the conversation about mental health in an organisation.
Businesses want engaged customers. They also want engaged employees. But what are they engaging in? And what are the problems that occur when this engagement is based on unrealistic expectations? In this episode, Carl Lyon is joined by Atom Bank COO Stewart Bromley to debate what we mean by engagement, and how businesses might go about achieving it.
Happy employees equals happy customers. Or does it? In this episode, Tony and Carl introduce the topic for the forthcoming QoE Discussion Group and explore whether CX and EX outcomes should be aligned.
Employees' expectations of work are changing. If we are to respond effectively to this change, businesses need effective ways of engaging employees of all ages and backgrounds. In this episode, Pat Osborne from LV= Insurance offers some pragmatic suggestions for doing this, and highlights the need to personalise employee experience by focusing on individual needs.
Is there a difference between engaging with employees and learning from them? How can we use technology to improve employee feedback? And what are the challenges of engaging employees in a business with a very large and diverse workforce? To tackle these questions, the ExperienceCast team are joined by Andy Incles, Head of Store Resourcing and Scheduling at Marks and Spencers, and Jonathan Cann, Global Head of CRM at Namecheap.
How can employee insight help you improve your customer experience? In this episode, we talk with Paula Brazier about ways of getting more out of your employee experience data, the importance of listening to what your customers and employees are saying, and Carl explains why he's fearful for the growing focus on employee experience. We hope you enjoy - please leave us a comment and share your thoughts.
What do you need to think about when planning your Employee Experience strategy? In this episode, EE expert Jo Kennedy outlines the key factors of an effective EE strategy, and provides advice on how to avoid some of the common issues that can get in the way of success.
What do we mean by 'human middleware'? What can it do that technology can't? And what challenges does it present for organisations? In this episode, we try to answer these questions to help you see how you might make better use of the human middleware in your organisation, and what you need to do to support it.
What is 'the middle' or an organisation? And how can wee get more out of it? In the second podcast on this topic, The QoE's Tony Reeves and Carl Lyon are joined by guest Jonathan Cann to unpack the findings of the QoE Group Discussion on the topic. Have a look at the output from the discussion to get the full overview of what was covered during the event.
Who are the leaders in large organisations? Where does the drive for change come from? And who actually leads that change? In this episode, Tony Reeves and Tim Kitchener introduce the QoE's group discussion topic of Leading From The Middle.