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* The Customer Success Podcast: This podcast aims to uncover the stories, perspectives, and best practices around the leading Customer Success programs. Hosted by Allison Pickens(former Chief Customer Officer at Gainsight), she shares those stories alongside an all-star roster of special guests.
Learning from Churn and how CSMs can become better investigative journalists
Welcome to The Gainsight Gamechanger Podcast, a space where we recognize and celebrate people who change the game of customer success and product experience for their companies, customers, teammates, and partners.
Losing customers to churn is painful, we can’t deny that, but it is key for businesses to make the most out of these situations and learn from their customers’ experiences in order to evolve and better serve others. In today’s episode, we’re joined by Natasha Narayan, CEO and Co-Founder of IcebergIQ, to chat about the hidden value inside businesses and customers’ worst nightmare: churns. When customers decide to leave, it’s for good, and CSM professionals must learn to properly handle these situations. Listen to this episode to learn how to extract the best feedback from your customers for your own improvement, and how to prevent a future churn with the adequate interview in the first place. In this industry, it all comes down to your communication and listening skills, if you want to work on them even further, this episode is definitely for you.
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Why Win/Loss Analysis is Essential for Customer Success with Natasha Narayan (CEO, IcebergIQ)
In this episode, Ruben Rabago(Chief Strategist, Gainsight) sits down with Natasha Narayan(CEO, IcebergIQ) to examine and discuss why Win/Loss Analysis is essential for customer success-driven organizations, why she co-founded IcebergIQ, and more.
Onboarding Employees? Start with Customer Success. Featuring Jo Massie( VP OF CS, Slido)
In this episode, Ruben Rabago(Chief Strategist, Gainsight) sits down with Jo Massie(VP of Customer Success, Slido) to discuss how Customer Success is at the center of every employee's onboarding, managing global teams, and more.
Driving Systematic Success with Peter Armaly (Sr. Director, CS Business Advisory Services, Oracle)
In this episode, Allison Pickens (COO, Gainsight) sits down with Peter Armaly (Senior Director of Customer Success Business Advisory Services, Oracle) to discuss how Oracle is using advisory services both externally and internally to drive success, how his team approaches CS organization, and more.
The Power of Language in Customer Relationships with Yamini Rangan (CCO, Dropbox)
In this episode, Allison Pickens(COO, Gainsight) sits down with Yamini Rangan (CCO, Dropbox) to discuss why the terms are so important within the customer relationship, how to breakdown silos between teams, and more.
The best podcast so far for any business professional who wants to understand customer
What made Amazon successful is there customer obsession. The growing SAAS industry is calling for new role of CS, CX and I couldn’t find a better resource than this to learn what’s happening in the industry. It’s so succinct, efficient, to the point, and full of inspiration.
Lack of episodes
Hi Team, this is a wonderful library for the CS discipline and for anyone starting to explore the role of CS in an organization. I’d request you to please start posting more episodes and get leaders from organizations share their experiences of running CS and what they want CS teams to be doing better as the landscape of SaaS business is changing everyday. I hope this feedback will be considered and more content shared on this platform. Thank you!
Improving Yourself Comes Easy
I have been listening so The Customer Success Podcast since it's first episode in 2017. Its always been informative and intriguing. There have been several great sessions. My personal favorite was Nick's conversation with Geoffrey Moore. It really gave me insights into how I could improve our execution of Customer Success.