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Week In The News: Trump And National Security, Stone Pleads Not Guilty, Cold Weather Continues
Trump rebukes his intelligence chiefs over IranÂ â€” and then denies discord. The U.S. suspends its nuclear arms deal with Russia. A deadly polar vortex. Julie Mason, Caitlin Huey-Burns and Jack Beatty join Jane Clayson.
Aired 5 months ago 31:51
Creating a Friction-Aware Culture Featuring Guest Roger Dooley
Shep Hyken interviews Roger Dooley. They discuss his new book, Friction: The Untapped Force That Can Be Your Most Powerful Advantage, and how it applies to the customer experience. The Interview with Roger Dooley:Friction is â€œany unnecessary expenditure of effort to accomplish a task.â€ This effort can include both time and money and affects both customers and employees. Not eliminating friction can cost you the loyalty of both your customers and your employees alike.Businesses need to develop a â€œfriction-aware culture.â€ Once youâ€™re aware, not only will you see friction everywhere, but you can start to fix it. A smoother CX results in happier customers, higher sales, and a more productive and engaged team.Trust and friction work in direct opposition to one another. Sometimes we will put up with extra friction to trust in security (i.e., a safety deposit box). But there is often a mismatch between trust and friction, such as complicated online security measures that only frustrate the customer. For your customers to trust you, you must demonstrate that you trust them.Sometimes adding friction can have beneficial results. For instance, moving a candy dish just a few feet further can help someone change their diet. Alternatively, adding a high-friction option results in consumers choosing the low-friction option.Friction and human behavior are linked. Changing friction (usually reducing it) allows you to steer human behavior. It is rare to see positive results from adding friction; if you do add friction, it canâ€™t be too much or you will see adverse effects. There must be a balance.Opportunities can be greater for small businesses because they are less likely to have internal friction and can therefore be more creative.It is crucial for executives and organization leaders to observe their customers, rather than making disconnected assumptions about whatâ€™s working and what isnâ€™t. Observation allows you to see where friction exists for your customers so that you can make changes where necessary.Quote:â€œWasting your customersâ€™ time and effort will cost you their loyalty.â€ - Roger DooleyAbout:Roger Dooley is an author and international keynote speaker. He founded Dooley Direct, a consultancy, and co-founded College Confidential, the leading college-bound website.Shep Hyken is a customer service and experience expert, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning keynote speaker, and your host of Amazing Business Radio.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aired 9 months ago 158:50
Survivor: Edge of Extinction | RHAP Cast Preview with Rob & Nicole
Rob & Nicole Cesternino preview the chances for the 14 new players and 4 returning players competing in Survivor: Edge of Extinction. The post Survivor: Edge of Extinction | RHAP Cast Preview with Rob & Nicole appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.