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If an airport–the bastion of sterile, timeless holding places for weary travelers–can delight a yogini, then you can delight even the toughest corporate customers. It’s easier and less costly than you think. As a marketing leader, you play a key role in delighting customers.
I recently launched a new program for marketing leaders: Lisa Nirell’s Making Marketing Waves™.
Many members of my marketing and CEO communities often ask me how they can access the key learnings from my private, exclusive CMO breakfasts. They often experience hectic travel schedules, and feel a sense of isolation.
That is why I recently launched a new program for marketing leaders.
Lisa Nirell’s Making Marketing Waves™ provides a “just in time” virtual learning system and online community designed to help you:
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When we arrived in Venice last week, I could not locate a single car. Only gondolas and transport boats peppered the waterfront. The gondolas earn top billing and represent an ancient, longstanding form of innovation and transportation. Will today’s innovations, such as the iPad, endure over 500 years of popularity?
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Nancy Porte of Vovici (now a Verint company) recently read my book, and asked me to spend time discussing some highlights. In this Listening Post interview, you will learn:
- Why it's important to balance online and offline customer feedback approaches
- The one factor most companies ignore when profiling their ideal customer
- How to gather valuable, live customer feedback
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I met Shane, a dubiously anointed “star salesperson,” on a client assignment in San Diego. He piloted the biggest customers. When I worked with the General Manager of this $40M software division—his boss—I noticed how Shane could turn the entire support and customer service organization into a tailspin with one email. I cringed when I witnessed how his knee-jerk