About Jeanne Bliss | Jeanne Bliss pioneered the role of the Chief Customer Officer, holding the first ever CCO role for over 20 years at Lands’ End, Microsoft, Coldwell Banker and Allstate Corporations. She has driven achievement of 95 percent loyalty rates, improving customer experiences across 50,000-person organizations. She is now the President of CustomerBliss, where her clients include AAA, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Johnson & Johnson, The US Postal System, and Brooks Brothers. She is the bestselling author of Chief Customer Officer: Getting Past Lip Service to Passionate Action and I Love You More than My Dog: Five Decisions that Drive Extreme Customer Loyalty in Good Times and Bad. Would You Do That to Your Mother? is Jeanne’s fourth book.

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Decide to Say Sorry: The “Peace Process” for Growing Your Business
Oct. 15, 2009 - By: Jeanne Bliss
“How you apologize is your humanity litmus test. Let’s face it, at some point; your business will suffer a failure that disappoints customers. How your company reacts, explains, removes the pain, and takes accountability for actions signals how you think about customers, and the collective heart of your organizati
How to Become a Customer Action Hero in 10 Steps
Jan. 10, 2007 - By: Jeanne Bliss
“Rate your experience from 1 to 10.” “Would you recommend our company?” We ask the questions of our customers. But what do we do with their answers? Jeanne Bliss gives us the action plan to actually make our customers happy with our services.
The Customer Room: Grow Your Business by Improving Customers’ Lives
July 8, 2015 - By: Jeanne Bliss
“If you’re in the fray of silo-based reactivity to customer issues, the Customer Room will help to emancipate you from those fire drills. It is the glue that unites a leadership team to focus and improve customers’ lives to earn the right to growth.”
No Strings Attached Business Growth: Earning Ardent Admirers and Making Mom Proud
June 13, 2018 - By: Jeanne Bliss
“The best companies focus on helping customers achieve their goals—and grow as a result. Like our moms they are selfless, brave, and think of us first. They start with our life and earn the right to grow by proving with their actions, not their words that they are in our corner.”
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