Commit to Becoming a Customer Experience Leader with the CCXP Exam

Commit to becoming a Customer Experience Leader

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  • Commit to becoming a Customer Experience Leader

    Keep focus on your why. Why get CCXP certified? To become a marketable customer experience leader. It is important to invest in the learning process with time and resources, as much as you are able. Don’t think of this as a fast thing you need to get over with. Think of it as an investment in yourself and  your career.

    Even if you get derailed and end up reading  book or a study or an online article that is not related to the exam don’t stress about it. Just absorb the information on the topic and enjoy the process. This is not an SAT – an exam you take to go to college. This is an excuse to immerse yourself in the field you love and to learn as much as possible how to be an effective customer experience leader.


    How a Personal Interaction builds Repeat Customers

    A customer-centric methodology is key to the successful outcome of my interaction with Hello Spud. It is the reason this story appears here, and not among the CX Big Fails! The company did not send an automated response. It did not deliver a message stating “sorry we couldn’t help you, would you like something else.” Instead, the company co-founder reached out to me personally across multiple channels (a handwritten note, followed by personal emails).

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    Get Customer Experience Basics Right and You Don’t Need to Invest in Wow Moments

    Wow Moments are a Customer Experience hot topic. Customer experience professionals ideate how to build, prioritize, finance, and measure these Wow Moments. Chip and Dan Heath wrote a whole book on the topic: The Power of Moments. No Wow Moment saves you from negative word of mouth if your brand fails to get the customer experience basics right or to deliver the expected brand experience consistently.

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