Despite advances in technology and increases in automation, what truly makes for an outstanding customer experience is the human touch. The challenge is that not every human in your organization understands the relevance of their individual role and responsibility along every touchpoint of the customer experience journey. They are often unaware of how their own appearance, behavior, or communication impacts every customer’s decision-making process and can drive customers away faster than they think: in fact, instantly.
Customers who experience a superior interaction are more likely to repurchase from your brand. During every interaction, your employees—from entry-level to top executives, front-line to back office, directly or indirectly involved—have an opportunity to leave an exceptional impression, setting the tone for the relationship with your brand. Your customers’ brand perceptions are shaped by these impressions. When it comes to your company’s success, perception is reality. Because even if your customer’s perception is wrong, it is real to them.
* PWC Future of Customer Experience Survey 2018
I believe that emotions are the gatekeepers of our memories. That’s why, to deliver a truly memorable experience, I take attendees on an emotional journey of self-awareness, reflection, joy, and laughter. I do the unexpected, keep them engaged and on their toes, and create moments of surprise.
To reinforce my key concepts, I let them experience what their first impression actually says about them—making them “comfortably uncomfortable”—in a gentle, fun, and safe way, because our comfort zone is a very dangerous place to be. It’s where we stagnate.
So, if you are looking for a keynote speaker who will stand behind a podium and lecture about theories, I am not a great fit for your event, because I truly believe that…
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The Image of Leadership is the result of Sylvie’s journey through two career paths: one as a human resources professional and the other as a personal branding expert. The title reflects the reality that everyone should acknowledge: true leadership manifests itself in ways that are both seen and unseen. This book will take you step-by-step through the development of your professional imprint. The focus will be on what people perceive about you—with an emphasis on your appearance and image. It is written to be concise, easy to read, and entertaining for leaders at all levels.
Fierce competition marks the professional and business world. As an individual, it is crucial to break away from the sea of sameness by leveraging your points of differentiation. Difference means offering something that no one else does. Difference means creating your own brand and not copying someone else’s. Difference means positioning yourself in a way that makes others notice you instantly. Difference means making decision-makers stop, think, and want more of you. Difference means you have identified your points of differentiation and found ways to leverage them for your work, business, or life. This is your fair advantage.