As the manager of a customer contact center, you know your employees are among the most highly visible members of your organization, and their performance can make or break the success of virtually any project or product. Yet it is challenging to motivate them because they receive less training and lower pay than virtually anyone else in your organization. "Managing and Motivating Contact Center Employees" gives you the field-proven information, tools, and techniques you need to connect with your frontline staff and lead them to exceptional performance.It explains how to manage the critical 'human' element in contact centers, which is often more important for overall performance than having the latest contact center technology or operational system. This results-oriented reference is written by contact center consultants for Dell, Microsoft, Bank of America, and other leading organizations - to help you: establish critical lines of communication between supervisors and contact center reps; set clear expectations - and provide appropriate feedback; and, share knowledge freely, even as you listen and learn.Contact center employees are in daily, direct communication with your key customers and are an integral component of your company's long-term success. Learn how to draw out and utilize their motivation and talents, while maximizing their workplace satisfaction, with "Managing and Motivating Contact Center Employees". Whether you are a contact center trainer, supervisor, or manager, "Managing and Motivating Contact Center Employees" provides tips and techniques to boost morale, streamline business processes, and inspire outstanding performance, including: strategies to get - and keep - good contact center reps; methods for transforming a group of individuals into a team; proven techniques for building high morale; tips for dealing with problem employees; dozens of fun, self-directed training activities; and, much more.
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Gives you the information, tools, and techniques you need to connect with your frontline staff and lead them to performance. This book explains how to manage the critical 'human' element in contact centers, which is important for overall performance than having the contact center technology or operational system.About the Author:
Malcolm Carlaw is president, Peggy Carlaw is vice president, Vasudha K. Deming is instructional designer, and Kurt Friedmann is director of business development at Impact Learning Systems, a training and consulting firm.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110071388885
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071388885
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0071388885