Welcome in my digital house. My name is Rosaria Cirillo Louwman. I’m a (little Italian) ball of energy, enthusiasm and passion. I’m curious and hungry to learn and I truly enjoy to make connections between ideas generated from all my different learning. I’m a driven consumer experience professional and TEDx Speaker.
My DREAM is to live in a world where we all strive to have HAPPY INTERACTIONS with each other, life enriching interactions.
To turn this dream into reality, in 2013 I founded Wow Now. Wow Now is about bringing more happiness in the word by helping companies:
- to see and remove all the frustrations and inefficiencies that happen during customer-company interactions
- to identify, create & deliver WOW experiences instead.
I’m on a mission to fill the world with as many as possible WOW customer experiences. I pursue this mission helping companies’ employees (YOU?) understand how every choice or action they make has a final impact on the customer experience, by letting them see the customer experiences they provide just as their customers see, feel and live them. And then by helping them transform the way they deliver customer experience and happiness through customers’ needs identification, empathy, creativity and (employees) empowerment. I believe in the power of mindfulness, compassionate communication (NVC – Non Violent Communication) and intuitive painting as empowering tools.
My key areas of expertise are Voice of the Customer, Net Promoter Score/System, Customer Service and E-commerce.
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A new supermarket opened in the neighborhood, and they did not spare in the efforts to attract clients to the opening. I allowed myself to be carried away, joined the crowd and in the meantime checked what they had in place in the customer experience department.read more
Since July 2017 CXPA has proudly expanded the list of new CCXP testing centers. There has been a major addition of locations, including one exam center in Amsterdam. Marjolein Droog, who attended the CX Masterclass in 2017, recently took the CCXP exam at the Amsterdam Test Center. In this guest post, she shares her experience and gives good tips for those planning to take their test!read more
The CX Framework series elaborated on the different disciplines related to customer experience. You can use this framework both as a blueprint to prepare for the CXPA exam to become a Certified Customer Experience Professional and as a checklist to review the status of CX in your organization. In this final post of the series, you can find all the summary info about the frameworks, about becoming a Certified Customer Experience Professional, about how to keep your CCXP status and about our CX Masterclass, including testimonials from previous participants.read more
This is the sixth post of the CX Framework series. Today we talk about customer centric culture and employee engagement. This blog series contains highlights about all the 6 CX disciplines that represent the CXPA Framework around which the CCXP exam is structured and that are covered in the CX Masterclass delivered by Rosaria Cirillo and Nienke Bloem.read more
In this fifth delivery of the CX Framework series we review the role of CX governance in the success of your CX program. This blog series contains highlights about all the 6 CX disciplines that represent the CXPA Framework around which the CCXP exam is structured and that are covered in the CX Masterclass delivered by Rosaria Cirillo and Nienke Bloem.read more
In this fourth post of the CX Framework Series we look at measurement framework, metrics types and how to show the ROI of your Customer Experience program. This blog series contains highlights about all the 6 CX disciplines that represent the CXPA Framework around which the CCXP exam is structured and that are covered in the CX Masterclass delivered by Rosaria Cirillo and Nienke Bloem.read more
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