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We found 2 episodes of Converge Coffee with the tag “customer journeys”.
Episode 130: How Living through the Remote Work Experience Creates Better Journeys to Coach Clients
March 17th, 2023 | Season 6 | 28 mins 25 secs
customer experience, customer journeys, parasocial worker, remote work, tim hickle, your remote work coach
In this episode, Sean sits down with Tim Hickle, a management coach who helps remote and hybrid teams move faster, get more done, and feel less busy. They dive into why Tim started Your Remote Work Coach. They go deeper into his experiences with remote work and why he is focused on directors and managers. Tim gives some great insights how he used his own experiences to facilitate better communication and tools to help. He even gives more insight how he uses his eNewsletter, Parasocial Worker, and feedback to create better experiences. Tim loves serving people. His tone gives off a helpful and very knowledgeable on remote work pain points. Tim gets deep on how he loves a work challenges. He opens up about his own work burnout and what he is doing today to recharge.
More About Tim. https://www.linkedin.com/in/timhickle/
Episode 122: How Great Customer Experience Starts with a Human Hello
January 13th, 2023 | Season 6 | 28 mins 47 secs
customer experience, customer journeys, infuuse, overpass, tanyette colon
In this episode, Sean and Erik sit down with Tanyette Colon. She is the Head of Partnerships with Overpass, a Brooklyn based start-up that gives high-growth companies one consistent source to find and onboard sales & support talent. Tanyette is also the founder of InFUUSE, an Inbound Lead Conversation platform that humanizes the customer journey along with a new client's first hello. They dive into why Tanyette joined Overpass and why she started InFUUSE. They go deeper into her experiences and what approach should the leadership's first approach should be in humanizing the customer experience. Tanyette gives some great insights how business has become over automated. She even gives more insight what she learned from her initial start with InFUUSE and how the founding team should be built. Her tone gives off a passionate vibe. Tanyette gets deep on how her childhood experiences led her down a path to create more wonderful customer experiences.
More About Tanyette. https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanyettecolon/