Mapping Emotional Journeys©
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Adjust the cues and layout to enhance in the moment engagement
Mapping Emotional Journeys is our methodology for identifying the specific elements of a stakeholder journey that affect engagement or disengagement in the moment:
- Focus of attention
- Motivation and expectations
- Specific content issues
- Ways forward directly related to the important issues and experiences expressed.
Problems solved, opportunities realised
- Customer experience drivers and emotional journey
- Employee engagement drivers and emotional journey
- The key environmental cues in your stakeholder journey
- How to valuably create change or reinforce excellence.
Typical questions answered
- How much of the experience you created is experienced as you hope?
- What is your customers' experience of you and your services in the moment?
- Where do people expend their time and attention, and why?
- What elements affect that experience? How do those elements affect it?
- How engaged are your employees in the moment? What issues do you need to address?
- Where are the opportunities to valuably adjust the environment and improve engagement?
- We provide an environment where stakeholders provide a stream of consciousness narrative.
- Elicit peoples' truths - rational and emotional perceptions.
- Nominally 40 for a homogeneous unit, 20 for each cut of data therein.
- Smaller populations are readily addressable too.
- Quota sampling stakeholders appropriate to the area of concern or opportunity.
- You provide a core topic focus in discussions - for example: service, learning, or brand.
- You provide access to stakeholders.
- People are encouraged to express themselves about issues salient to them, in their words, at their pace, in their time.
- A mass of opinion, quotations and facts is elicited.
- Analysed to identify the patterns of behaviour, the dynamics of the journey - high points and low points, pacing, rate of change, overall feel, and the underlying behavioural patterns of your culture are creating this journey.
- Define 'how it will be' as much as 'how it is,' so you can apply your skills to an improved future performance.
- For any experience which has a journey element to it. For example: heritage and attractions, retail, hospitality, housing/building/facilities, travel, service processes.
Benefits of insight
- "Incredibly useful..." for strategy and organisational development decisions
- Deep understanding of areas of engagement and disengagement in stakeholder journey
- Emotional impact of elements in stakeholders' minds
- Realising the leverage points for focused effort
- Vehicle for developing management and leadership thinking
- Material for quick wins as well as long-term impact
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