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Designing Experiential Customer Environments (Physical & Digital)

This course covers a complete view of customer touch points (both physical and virtual) and a unique model for standardizing and managing customer contact models across channels including approaches for customer feedback, quality management, and migration.

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This training delivery format is a customized solution to maximize your learning team’s time. Different portions of the courses are delivered onsite, remote over Zoom, and/or online in The Senteo Online Learning Center.
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Engage real-time education over Zoom just as you would in a physical environment. This learning delivery method allows a perfect balance between theoretical content, individual assignments, live interactions, and practical group exercises over Zoom breakout rooms and other new-generation collaborative tools.
What Will You Learn?
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You will acquire a deep understanding of customer touch points and the principles of creating positive customer experiences.

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Learn how to apply this knowledge to design practical solutions that meet customer needs and preferences, and develop customer loyalty through positive customer contacts.

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Understand how to use data, experiential realms, theming, and analytics to optimize customer contacts at the distribution level.

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Understand how to measure the effectiveness of customer contacts.

Who’s this Course for?
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All customer experience professionals wishing to increase the value and to develop long-term mutually beneficial relationships with their customers

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Any business that is looking for differentiation from competitors while being able to keep a price premium

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Top and middle management wishing to design, build, measure, and manage experiential and transformational businesses

Designing Experiential Customer Environments (Physical & Digital)

The content in this course is applicable to any industry: retail and shopping centers, banking, hospitality, pharmaceutical, etc.

Education Journey
Chapter 1

Introduction to Customer Touch Points​

Chapter 2

Types of Customer Contacts & Customer Touch Points

Chapter 3

Standardizing Customer Contacts & Building Customizable Contact Models​

Chapter 4

Using Experiential Realms & Theming to Enhance Customer Environments​

Chapter 5

Exercise – Experiential Customer Environments​

Chapter 6

Building Feedback Loops & Managing Quality of Customer Contacts​

Chapter 7

Managing & Optimizing Customer Contacts at the Distribution Level

Chapter 8

Customer-Oriented Analytics for Distribution & Migration​

The Senteo Learning Experience

All of our educational programs follow a simple but very effective approach designed together with an organizational psychologist to improve the retention of concepts and stimulate application of the methodology to real world business needs. All programs are structured with the following four components:

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Learn — understand the theory and mechanics behind each aspect of the methodology

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Do — apply the different aspects of the methodology during exercises and work groups

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See — observe real world applications, examples and case studies related to each aspect of the methodology

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Extend — identify and support the possibilities for real-world applications of the methodology specific to current business needs and goals

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Michael Ruckman, President & CEO of Senteo
Michael Ruckman, President & CEO of Senteo
Michael Ruckman, President & CEO of Senteo

Michael is a regular keynote speaker and guest lecturer at Stockholm School of Economics, Skolkovo School of Management, UNLV, Financial University, BAI, EFMA, Lafferty, ICSC, MECS+R, as well as many other international conferences and corporate events. As well, Michael has authored dozens of educational courses in the areas of strategy, digital and business model transformation, leadership, customer experience, corporate culture development, gamification, customer relationship management (CRM), and others with over 30,000 participants since 2004.

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30,000+
graduates
300+
projects
30
countries
25 years
of experience
30,000+
graduates
300+
projects
30
countries
Michael Ruckman, President & CEO of Senteo
Designing Experiential Customer Environments (Physical & Digital)
Design and develop an organizational culture for success and growthDesign and develop an organizational culture for success and growth
Leadership stylesLeadership styles
Organizational evolutionOrganizational evolution
Mechanics of managing corporate cultureMechanics of managing corporate culture
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Team and corporate learning are essential for enhancing business performance as they enable employees to acquire new skills, knowledge, and perspectives. By investing in learning and development programs, organizations can foster a culture of continuous improvement, innovation, and adaptability. This, in turn, leads to increased productivity, employee engagement, and better decision-making throughout the company.
Effective team and corporate learning programs vary depending on the organization's needs and goals. However, a combination of interactive workshops, leadership development initiatives, advisory & coaching programs, online modules, and hands-on experiential learning tends to yield positive results. Customized programs that align with specific business challenges and incorporate real-life scenarios tend to be particularly effective.
Measuring the impact and ROI of team and corporate learning can be done through various methods, such as pre- and post-assessments, feedback surveys, performance evaluations, and tracking key performance indicators (KPIs). Additionally, organizations can analyze factors like employee retention rates, customer satisfaction scores, revenue growth, and productivity improvements to gauge the overall impact of learning initiatives on business outcomes.
To ensure effective application of knowledge, it's crucial to create a supportive learning environment that encourages knowledge sharing, collaboration, and continuous improvement. This can be achieved through ongoing coaching and mentoring, providing opportunities for practical application of newly acquired skills, establishing clear performance expectations, and integrating learning into daily work routines. Regular follow-up and reinforcement activities can also help reinforce and solidify learning outcomes.
Fostering a culture of continuous learning and development requires a multi-faceted approach. It starts with leadership commitment and support for learning initiatives. Organizations can encourage continuous learning by offering opportunities for skill-building, providing access to relevant resources and training programs, recognizing and rewarding employees who prioritize learning, and fostering a safe environment where individuals feel comfortable experimenting and taking risks. Encouraging knowledge-sharing practices, promoting cross-functional collaboration, and promoting a growth mindset can also contribute to a culture of continuous learning.
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