Business Growing Pains Infographic: Are You Still There for the Customer?


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A twinge of guilt.

Is that something you secretly feel when you know your employees, business partners and your customers need something from you? You must be having business growing pains. You just need our inforgraphic to confirm it.

If you’re like me, we all get a little too busy. As a dedicated soccer mom and business owner, I know what it’s like to have the original big picture vision get a little cloudy.

Admit it.

It’s tough for me to admit it. But if you can take the climb up our infographic and you conclude you need to get back on track, that’s half of the progress! Enlightened leadership is key to improving customer experience.

I’m guessing you want to keep your employees, customers and business partners happy while maintaining a healthy work/life balance. To improve customer advocacy and allow yourself and the team to better serve your business, the first step is admitting you have business growing pains (but congratulations on the business growth!) Growth as a business is exactly what we want, but it’s also scary and easy to mess up. That’s what our infographic is all about.

Scroll to the bottom of the infographic and climb your way up! (We shared this last month with our subscribers – if you want first look on exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter!)

If you can relate to Sally, our customer centric business growth slideshare will arm you with tips and concepts to grow your business efficiently!


Republished with author's permission from original post.

Jeannie Walters, CCXP
Jeannie Walters is a Certified Customer Experience Professional (CCXP,) a charter member of the Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA,) a globally recognized speaker, a LinkedIn Learning and instructor, and a Tedx speaker. She’s a very active writer and blogger, contributing to leading publications from Forbes to Pearson college textbooks. Her mission is “To Create Fewer Ruined Days for Customers.”


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