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As you begin 2019, it may be a good time to reevaluate the message your business is sending to customers. When I was at Disney, “backstage” meant the behind-the-scenes areas where guests could never go or see. It was where we as cast members could relax, eat, drink, and take our breaks. Backstage was where […]
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Getting citizens to pay their back taxes is not an easy task for anyone. However, the city of Syracuse in New York, has found a novel way to motivate   residents to pay their back taxes: personal notes handwritten by city officials. The city has collected nearly $1.5 million more dollars than it predicted it would […]
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  Chick-Fil- A knows it’s the little things that build customer loyalty. So, they have created a new advertising campaign promoting the little things they do to show they really do care about their customers.One ad is about a Chick-Fil- A employee who saved the $3.00 change that a drive -up customer forgot to get […]
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Today, I have a guest blogger who shares my passion for service excellence, and also like me, studied Philip Crosby’s approach to quality management back in the 80’s. Today, Gautam Majatan, based in India, has looked to implement many of the Quality tools that were used to improve quality back then, to redirect those tools […]
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  There is something that companies known for their world-class customer service do that other companies don’t. It is what inspires customer retention, it is what reinforces customer loyalty. It isn’t hard to do, but it takes a commitment and awareness by every employee in the company. That “something”, that critical ingredient, is having a […]
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Last week, I was scheduled for my regular 6 month teeth cleaning. I was reminded of this appointment with a call from Barbie, the receptionist, who confirmed the 10:50 a.m. appointment. No appointments are scheduled on the hour or half hour as the practice has found patients are more apt to remember and be on-time […]
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    Last week, I was invited to give a presentation to newly chosen student ambassadors for UCF. The presentation was to include how to dress, how to dine, how to act to best represent the university. These 25 students are carefully selected through applications and interviews for this highly sought after non-paid position. These […]
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When you think of Legos, most people think of “playtime”.   But to Jorgen Vig Knudstorp, the CEO of Lego, it’s a business.  And when he took over the company in 2004, it was a business that needed redirection.  Lego was losing $1 million a day and had overextended itself into categories outside of toy […]
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