Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design

Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design

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The Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design™ (EQCX) framework is used to unlock and sustain the emotional power in organizations. The primary driver in customer engagement and loyalty is emotion. Through leveraging this framework emotion can become a differentiating asset.

The use of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in Customer Experience (CX) Design has been leveraged exclusively by all of the brands featured as Customer Experience leaders over the past ten years.

The Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design framework is the foundation for the various tools, tactics and methods used in human-centered design practices. The various elements derived, included and enhanced using the framework include:

  • Empathy Mapping
  • Empathy Training
  • Journey Mapping
  • Personas
  • Emotion Perception
  • Expressing Emotion
  • Emotional Decision Making
  • Emotional Motivation
  • Emotional Influence
  • Evoking Emotions
  • Emotional Financial Links
  • Building Emotional Intelligence
  • Customer-centric Leadership Development

complimentary-consult-book-nowThese are the most common methods for the framework. In addition to the items listed above the framework can also be used for:

  • Team Building
  • Team Collaboration
  • New Hire Training
  • Incumbent Training
  • Strategic Planning
  • Change Management
  • Performance Management
  • Lean Design

The use of EQ in CX is rapidly increasing in number as organizations approach the differentiation through experience era. “In just a few years 89% of businesses will compete mainly on customer experience.” -Gartner

Various groups within organizations leverage Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design to improve group and cross-functional collaboration to improve the customer experience.

  • Customer Experience
  • Contact Center
  • Marketing Operations
  • Learning and Development (Talent)
  • IT
  • Corporate Communications
  • Sales
  • Strategic Planning
  • Business Intelligence
  • Product Design

As more organizations increase their implementation of Emotional Intelligence into their human-centric design practices a greater gap will exist between those leading and lagging in market performance.

Those individuals and organization adopting the use of Emotional Intelligence Customer Experience Design today will be the leaders of tomorrow and for years to come.


 

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About Jim Rembach

Jim Rembach is a trusted advisor, speaker, and thought leader. He is a certified Emotional Intelligence (EQ) practitioner, contact center auditor and employee retention specialist, and holds a US trademark for the “Servant Teamwork®” leadership and organizational transformation methodology. Jim hosts the long running Fast Leader Show and sits on numerous boards.

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