In a world driven by technology, a simple spoken exchange of words is becoming a rarity. Most of us would rather text than talk. In fact, texting is the most common way people use their smartphones – an invention which began life as a way to communicate with your voice. So, how has this apparent loss … Continue reading The art of conversation: Part One.
In the first in our latest blog series on ‘seven deadly sins’ in various aspects of call center operation, Pete Dunn, Community Engagement Manager, discusses how to ensure your call monitoring is saintly. Call monitoring is a fine art. It requires skill, knowledge, acute perception and the ability to turn observations into actions. So, there … Continue reading The Seven Deadly Sins of Call Monitoring
Here are some Call Center Quality Goals to keep in mind when building a successful QA program: Define the goal: Map your QA process to business goals Build a QA quality culture and behavior framework: framework centered around improving the customer experience by focusing on the effort the customer makes, minimizing conduct risk and providing … Continue reading 20 Call Center Quality Assurance Goals
I get to help with quality dilemmas every day. I field questions about how agents can better connect with customers, deliver call center service excellence, and show they care. Leaders tell me, “I want the customer to feel like we are on their side and that we are listening to them.” There is no doubt … Continue reading Is Service a Priority in your Quality Program?
Listening is nice, however your agents will figure it out quickly if they know that you are merely listening and not doing anything with the information; they will use the Hawthorne Effect to their advantage! As a remedy, the agents must be provided with a strongly supported feedback mechanism that they can easily understand. There are four … Continue reading 4 Factors for Effective Quality Monitoring