In the report, Humanizing Digital Interactions, the Temkin Group decoded successful person-to-person interactions as a step in developing the Human Conversational Model. It’s the foundation for building compelling interactions with customers.
Here are some highlights of the report:
- They developed The Human Conversational Model, which is made up of seven elements – Intent Decoding, Contextual Framing, Empathetic Agility, Supportive Feedback, Basic Manners, Self-Awareness, and Emotional Reflection.
- They share over 35 examples of best practices from companies that are designing digital experiences across the seven elements of The Human Conversational Model.
- They demonstrate how you could apply The Human Conversational Model to three types of digital activities: opening a new bank account online, purchasing a pair of shoes through an app, and getting technical support online.
This infographic provides an overview of the model and shows how to apply it to your digital efforts.