From Brian Cantor and the experts at CCW, learn about how customer experience employees are evolving with the times and what implications future advancements will have in the years to come. Join us at the EX Impact running February 27- March 1, 2019 at The Florida Hotel & Conference Center in Orlando, FL.
From Brian Cantor and the Customer Management Practice, this special report highlights why employee engagement is the cornerstone of the customer experience. Better employee experiences lead to improved customer relations and experiences, which results in a stronger bottom line for the company across the board. Learn more at EX Impact running February 27- March 1, 2019 at The Florida Hotel & Conference Center in Orlando, FL.
Curious how to foster a better employee experience at your company? Learn from employee engagement leaders like Salesforce, Google, Southwest Airlines, and Eli Lilly about the latest trends and how they are implementing them. Find out how you can replicate their success for your organization.
Employee engagement boils down to a shared understanding of the issues that affect
the business. Strong employee engagement means grasping what leads to their changes in attitude and behavior. Employees must feel truly understood in order to have a meaningful connection to their jobs. If this does not exist, attitudes and behaviors will not change. Read about the 5 steps on how to engage employees from the HR Exchange Network's editorial team.
Alexis Smith, Director of Employer Branding & Digital N.A. at Anheuser-Busch speaks to the importance of replacing the focus on the employee. Recommitting to the employee experience and remembering that the only way to reach your customers is through your employees is what makes or breaks a company.
In a dearth of worldwide employee engagement, more companies are realising the benefits of articulating the Voice of the Employee in the employee lifecycle. Strategies for determining this voice are now being leveraged alongside Customer Experience’s Voice-of-the-customer in an HR revolution for greater service delivery and profitability.
Ahead of the Employee Experience Forum, we spoke with experts for their tips and experiences in aligning the Voice of the Employee with the Voice of the Customer. Contributing experts include Niall Ryan-Jones, the Head of Employee Experience at Harrods; Alyson Fadil, the Head of People at Missguided, and Piers Robinson, Chief People Officer at Flybe.
Organiztions embarking on an employee engagement program often start by soliciting employee feedback. However, without the right culture and expectations in place, employee feedback may not yield accurate, honest results that lead to actions that deliver a return on investment. Learn more about how your company can effectively create a culture that encourages employee feedback.
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The lifeblood of the organisation is the employee, making employee journey-mapping a crucial part of the HR toolset. You can take the employee experience journey on your own terms with this zoom-able and interactive Prezi presentation. With real world examples and data featuring engagement, the Employee Journey prezi will take you from the candidate stage, to their onboarding, training, and upwards to their promotion or exit interview. An employee's journey through an organization can enhance their engagement, loyalty and brand delivery. Be with them on their journey, today.
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One of the keys to a positive employee experiences is by starting off right. Onboarding is a critical time during the employee engagement process. Here we have the 4 steps you need to take in order to see success with the onboarding process.
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New York, New York December 21, 2018 – The International Quality and Productivity Center (IQPC) is pleased to announce that the first EX Impact took place on February 19-21st, 2018 in San Diego, California!
Ahead of the 2018 EX Impact Fall Summit, we sat down with Speaker Alexis Smith, Director of Employer Branding & Digital N.A. at Anheuser-Busch to discuss the impact of employer branding on the employee experience. Download this interview to learn:
- Marketing’s contributions to developing employer brand
- How Anheuser settled on an “escape room” theme as a creative marketing tool to increase their employer brand recognition
- Advice for those without a formal marketing background on how to integrate employer branding into HR and culture initiatives
Join us in Orlando, FL for the February 25-27, 2019 iteration of EX Impact. For additional information please contact enquiryIQPC@iqpc.com.