6 Ways To Prepare Call Center Employees For Difficult Calls: Develop Protocols, Train Employees, Discourage Holding, Allow Compensation, Hold Meetings, Consistent Praise
AI augments human work - creating efficiency by automating administrative and organization tasks that managers don't have time for, (but without doing, can't be effective), freeing them to spend more time doing the things that humans do best.
Deloitte's 2017 Global Call Center Survey released mid-May polled executives from over 450 contact centers in 16 countries about their current and future priorities over the next two years. Results shows close to 90% of respondents named 'Improving Customer Experience' as a strategic focus, and all respondents said they are planning to invest in "Emerging Technologies".
Execs in the Know Guest Blog Article and ICMI Featured Contributor Article. Looking at our industry, there are five clear trends that have, and continue to evolve our operational realities. We have to acknowledge and plan for how they affect our frontline Customer Service and Sales teams’ ability to engage, learn and perform.
There's a theme within the flurry of articles about AI, a common thread revealing where AI is being leveraged, and where AI appears largely under leveraged.
What do Millennials want? First, they want empowerment - Millennials want individual autonomy, and flexibility, with accountability for all. They want to do meaningful work, to belong and feel valued, to feel a sense of purpose and hope for what they can achieve, and to develop in their careers.