Consistency

 

We work with your organization to plan, implement, monitor, and improve all processes required to deliver valuable and consistent customer experiences.

Our solutions are tailor-made for each individual client. We want to deliver the right services at the right time when your organization needs them the most.

Therefore, our nine steps are contained within a framework of 3 phases. Please click or touch the areas below to learn more.

With the customer, client, patient, or member at the center of every decision – What do you want to accomplish?

Until you have a clearly stated objective, you risk everyone running off in different directions and not cooperating for a common good.

Whether it is a specific project with a limited scope, or the general day-to-day operations of your organization, a clearly stated purpose or objective is important to help focus the thoughts and efforts of everyone involved.

View your organization from the customer’s eyes and feel how you would like to be treated if you were seeking the same solution.

This view point will cause you to look at every internal process or external branding in a totally different way. The most successful organizations understand this and have embedded it into their culture.

After observing your customers for some time, you will notice they all have similar likes and dislikes.

There is a reason they are attracted to your organization. Are you embracing and advocating their lifestyle or attempting to change it to meet yours?

Love who and what they are, then incrementally change your processes to celebrate their lifestyle.

This is the hidden secret of organizations like Apple, Nike, Red Bull, and P.E.T.A. to name a few.

Your customer says, “What am I here for?”

Your answer has to be about building a relationship with them and not about satisfying an organizational “Key Performance Indicator”.

At every interaction point, create a moment where you move the customer one step closer to becoming an advocate of your organization. Show them that you care about their current situation and display your solutions in a friendly way.

Now that you know what you want to accomplish – By what method will you accomplish your objective?

While it may be necessary to have a goal, merely having a goal is, by itself, not sufficient.

Until you have a plan for achieving your objective, it will be nothing more than wishful thinking.

A specific method to learn about your current processes and to predict what to expect in the future.

Every interaction a customer has with your organization is a moment when you can deliver something they will always remember.

This takes Planning!

You have to give yourself time to think through the journeys of your customers make daily while interacting with your organization. You also will need to ensure that all employees have the right tools to provide the best possible service.

This take Planning!

By now, you can tell that we place a lot of attention on this planning service because it is an area that is over looked way too often. Use what you learn in “A way of Thinking” above, then plan every moment to be a great one.

Teaching instead of selling!

Take the time to teach the customers what they should know about your product or services, so they can make an informed decision.

Much like the content you are reading here on our website. We are not selling our services, we are teaching you what you can do to succeed. It is our hope that you see enough value in what we are saying to give us the opportunity to become apart of your team.

You have a plan for teaching your customers the value you bring to their life, we are sure that you have expectations.

Now is the time to lay out the outcomes you want to see from every customer, employee, partner, patient, or client interaction.

Places these on a calendar for you to analysis in the future to see if there are any variations from your anticipated outcomes.

You know what you want to accomplish and have a method to accomplish it – How will you know when you have accomplished your objective?

If you are going to have a goal, and if you hope to move toward that goal, then you will also need some way to measure how far you have come and how far you have yet to go in reaching that goal.

Any measure you might use will, in the normal course of events, vary. Some months it will go up, and others it will go down. If you do not know how to determine when a change has truly occurred, you will have difficulty in separating these meaningless changes from a signal that you have made progress toward your goal.

Where are you now?

At any moment in time, you should be able to quickly see where you are in relation to an objective that you want to accomplish.

These moments could be customer interaction moment or employee production moments, you need to have visibility to the current status of all processes.

You have analyzed “this current moment” and its time to make every interaction moment consistent.

Delivering consistent quality to customers is what builds their loyalty to your organization. This critical step should not be overlooked or under appreciated.

Controlling the consistence of every process is woven into the fabric of any successful organization.

Now that your processes are consistent, it is time to incrementally improve them to adjust to real-life customer and employee interaction trends.

Having a culture of continual improvement will increase the long term success of your organization.

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