Businesses are increasingly recognising the complete experience enjoyed or endured by their customers is critical to customer retention, profitability and growth.
This two day Customer Experience for Managers training course addresses why the customer experience is crucial and assists delegates wishing to build the business case, and develop and execute a customer experience strategy. The training course also provides an outline of simple customer experience tools and techniques.
Organisations invest heavily to develop and deliver quality product and services but too often ignore the overall experience provided to the customer. How the customer feels about their experience is critical to customer's purchasing and loyalty decisions. Delivering a valued experience therefore can drive customer growth, profitability and loyalty, hence the need for sales and customer service training courses.
The training course provides an understanding of how customer experience differs from customer service. It provides a practical understanding of the value and case for the development and delivery of a customer experience strategy. The course also provides a practical understanding of how to design and deliver a strategy and how it can drive customer growth, profitability, and loyalty.
By the end of the training course directors and managers will be able to put together a compelling business case for a Customer Experience programme and understand at least in principal how to deliver it.
By the end of this Customer Experience for Managers training course, you will learn how to:
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Customer Experience for Managers Training
Price Starting From
£1,895.00 + VAT
This course can be run in-company anywhere in the world & we can tailor the content to focus on your requirements.
This Customer Experience for Managers training course is for directors, managers and supervisors who want to know more about developing and implementing a customer experience improvement programme in their organisation.