An Introduction to Customer Experience (CX) is a hands-on course with a mixture of theory and the practical application of customer experience. You will learn what customer experience is and why it’s different from customer service. You will look at customer strategy and the strategic elements of CX, then examine the building blocks of a customer experience programme, including a focus on the digital experience.
There will be an introduction to some practical tools for customer experience, followed by a workshop to build your own personalised customer experience action plan to take back to your organisation.
The course is aimed at anyone who would like to improve the customer experience in their organisation and/or start to put together a more formal plan or programme.
- Introduction to what customer experience is and why it is important
- Customer strategy and customer lifecycle
- Building blocks of customer experience
- Practical tools – insight, customer journey, measuring your experience
- Workshop – Build your own personalised customer experience plan
- To gain an understanding of customer experience and the different components and approaches.
- Bring together elements of customer service and marketing to improve your customer experience and support.
- Understand how great customer experience can make your organisation more profitable.
- Take away a practical plan for starting or developing the customer experience at your organisation.
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