“We had a really good chemistry with the Clarasys guys. They came in, no airs and graces. They talked to the people who really mattered at the front line which you don’t necessarily get, I find, when talking to other consultants”
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is not only the right thing to do, but is also essential to ensure you can deliver your desired impact and achieve your purpose as a not-for-profit.
At Clarasys, we are passionate about offering the best customer experience and helping other organisations to do the same.
We understand there is an ever-growing need to deliver a seamless and consistent experience to your supporters, donors, beneficiaries and volunteers experience – however this is not always easy to deliver.
We’d love to help you get under the skin of your supporters’, donors’, beneficiaries’ and volunteers’ experience with one of the following ‘Not for Profit Experience’ courses:
to those who are at the start of their supporters’, donors’, beneficiaries’ and volunteers’ journey and want to effectively jump-start their capability.
for organisations that have started some Experience work, in pockets of their organisation yet need help to embed and scale this capability.
for not-for-profits that have a stagnating Experience capability, or are not seeing investments in Experience turn the dials on impact.
for organisations who want to take their successful capability to the next level and benefit from advanced Experience analytics and cultural practices.
Our short, interactive and practical sessions will help you unlock the value of supporters’, donors’, beneficiaries’ and volunteers’ experience and make sure that you prioritise your CX efforts based on your current CX maturity.
Our proven methodology can be tailored to address the specific problems that you are struggling with.
We will leave you with clearly outlined next steps and a valuable set of reusable best practice tools, techniques and templates.
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