Building Customer Loyalty and Trust

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Both selling and persuasion contain the assumption that success requires you to forcefully or deftly push a product or idea. This misunderstanding leads to inappropriate actions. For example, people can become evasive, "pushy," confrontational, or overly talkative and accommodating. It's all about getting the behavior right when it comes to selling and influencing, which means tempering kindness and skill with openness and bravery. Client loyalty is substantially boosted when this is combined with a superb product or brand.

The concept Harley-Davidson overcame a rocky past by focusing on its customers. Loyalty is one of the company's most enduring assets. It was originally one of America's top motorcycle manufacturers, but sales had fallen by the 1980s due to severe competition from low-cost, high-quality Japanese motorcycles. Harley benefited from Dr. David's production methods. The following step was to recapture and keep market share (it now has a 90 percent customer loyalty rate). By understanding customers' needs and appealing to their emotions, Harley was able to build trust and a bond with them.

How to build their trust
• Provide a consistent (and preferably "branded") experience to customers every time they interact with your company.
• Be clear about what you're delivering to clients in terms of value.
• Offer new clients incentives to return and reorder.
• Reward customers for their loyalty.
• Be competitive—what you think is a good offer might not be for your competition.
· Make the customer's experience as straightforward and pleasurable as feasible.
• Assure customers of the reliability of your service and product offerings.
• Based on customer feedback, continuously improve the process.
• Establish dependability through collaborating with others and investing in resources.

Scenario Planning
Scenario planning allows companies to simulate future scenarios to be better prepared, such as strolling the battlefield before a war. Future events are not predicted using scenarios. Their value is in supporting businesses in recognizing the forces shaping the future; they challenge our assumptions.

Proud of your workforce
A corporation with a positive self-image and sense of pride will be more cohesive and efficient with a better "employer brand." When employees respect and appreciate the company they work for, their productivity, quality of work, and job satisfaction all improve.

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