Picture this: your product team has done their job by creating an incomparable product, and your sales team has gone above and beyond and closed their deals. Now, it’s up to customer success to deliver the goods: keep customers engaged and realize product value. How do you do this? By having a high-performing team, of course.
In this episode of the CS School podcast, we’re joined by Amy Oilman, RVP of Customer Success at RingCentral. Amy has extensive experience building and scaling customer success teams from the ground up and lets us into the secrets of involved in creating them.
Key discussion points
- The process of building a customer success team.
- The strategies for attracting and vetting high-performing customer success professionals.
- Setting the "rules of the road" for CSMs to work independently and effectively.
- The importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in building a high-performing customer success team.
- Rewatch Amy's session and others from Customer Success Festival in San Francisco.
- Connect with Amy on LinkedIn to continue the conversation.
- Learn how to build your own customer success team, and get accredited with our specialist online course: Building a Customer Success Team Certified.
- Chat with other CS leaders in the CSC Slack channel for more tips and tricks.
A little bit about Amy
Amy believes that every customer success team has the potential to be transformative and that a culture of customer focus, collaboration, and belonging can help CSMs perform their best while growing revenue and reducing churn. She helps people and organizations move past organizational politics to build high-performing customer success organizations.
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