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How many calls should agents handle in an hour?

Have you set a goal, or even a requirement, about how many calls your agents should handle each hour or for the day? Are the agents aware of how their hourly total is progressing? How many calls should agents handle in an hour? Click to Tweet Setting such a goal is natural. You can easily [...]

The Best After-call Surveys

Get the best after-call surveys After-call Surveys Leap forward in customer satisfaction by doing more than the basic with your after-call surveys. Go beyond measuring your customers' loyalty to actually understanding it better. Go beyond measuring agent performance to developing it faster. Make the entire process and reporting [...]

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Best Contact Center Survey Programs

Best contact center survey programs  What makes the best programs High customer satisfaction and loyalty is a desired goal for many organizations. Regretfully, only a few are able to reach that pinnacle of success. In every case study review of these contact centers they have effective contact center survey [...]

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The Best Contact Center Surveys

Get the best contact center surveys Contact Center Surveys Leap forward in customer satisfaction by doing more than the basic with your contact center surveys. Go beyond measuring your customers' loyalty to actually understanding it. Go beyond measuring agent performance to developing it faster. Make the entire process [...]

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The best in post-call surveys

Get the best post-call survey program Contact Center Post-call Surveys Enhance customer satisfaction by gathering callers’ feedback immediately after calls with post-call customer satisfaction surveys. From measuring your customers' loyalty to evaluating agent performance, Customer Relationship Metrics makes the entire process and reporting easy for you. We've designed and [...]

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Stop the Freaking Customer Feedback

I am a dreamer and an optimistic person, but I am not blind to reality. I believe in the human spirit and that we can overcome obstacles. I have always been a defender of the weak and a fan of underdogs. I want to help people find greater success. I specifically want to help those [...]

Are you a cool contact center manager?

Where is your cape? All of the cool contact center managers wear superman and superwoman capes. Why? Because they do it all for their company, for their customers, and for their agents. The everyday hero Sure it’s exhausting sometimes, but most of the time it’s just amazing what is accomplished every day by these Super Heroes. [...]

What is your Contact Center Top Priority?

What’s your contact center top priority? A recent report revealed that 31.41% of contact center leaders had this as their top priority. And in this video I’ll share with you what that top priority is and what you want to avoid in order to move onward and upward faster. In a Special Report authored by [...]

My Customer Experience Insights from Egypt

Tourism in Egypt used to be the country’s number one industry, as recently as 2010. Now, at the writing of this article and after the Revolution, tourism has dropped to less than half what it had been before the Revolution. What kind of customer experience insight do you presume from that? How does a vacation [...]

What NOT TO DO with your contact center budget

Building, managing, preparing, and freaking out about your contact center budget can be an all year round activity (or panic parade). Looking all over the place, turning over rocks, thinking about price, costs and cutting things is a mental marathon that will suck out your creativity and constructive idea generation. And leave you with a [...]

What are common contact center survey questions?

If you've been asked to provide “voice of the customer” data to show what customers are actually saying, and how do agents actually impact the customer experience, then a post-call IVR survey can capture the data you need. Common Contact Center Survey Questions But what survey questions do you need to ask in order to [...]

Improving First Call Resolution in your Contact Center

This case study has been updated and included with an additional case study in the Maximum Agent Performance Report: The Astonishing Truth for Contact Center Leaders.    Improving First Call Resolution is easier when you avoid the mistakes found in this case study... This white paper is based on a six-month case study of two [...]

29 Contact Center Quality Assurance Mistakes to Avoid

29 Contact Center Quality Assurance Mistakes to Avoid: Self-assessment, Case Study and eBook reveals: The 29 common mistakes with contact center quality assurance programs that you can avoid.This simple guide (with pretty pictures too) includes insights and a self-assessment that you can leverage to deliver the great customer experiences you desire. This tool helps to [...]

Building an award winning contact center at Black & Decker

Building Award-winning Call Centers In this complimentary on-demand webinar, Chuck Udzinski – Manager, End-User Service reveals the 4 top elements that helped him and his team at Black & Decker move from ugly, to bad, to good. Their road to building an award-winning contact center unique and can be used to help with building award-winning call centers [...]

What can contact centers learn from Tom Brady’s balls?

The jokes about Tom Brady’s balls, aka Deflategate, are almost endless, aren’t they? From the hilarious press conference by Florence (Mrs. Brady) Henderson to the monologues on every late night show, we have been amused. Well, I’m amused, but I’m not a Seattle Seahawks fan. There is now serious doubt on the Patriots Super Bowl [...]

Customer Service Leaders are Ready to Invest in these Solutions

Building overwhelming agreement on an issue is not easy. Should your child’s school have a dress code? Is coffee good or bad for your health? Are dogs or cats better pets? Should the paper be over or under off of the roll? You can easily add to this list. One area which is not difficult [...]

10 Myths of Contact Center Surveying Revealed Webinar

It has been fun putting together the 10 Myths of Contact Center Surveying Revealed webinar because it seems as if I communicating the message to a younger me. Many of the falsehoods in contact center surveying were part of my belief system when I was a contact center manager. It's crazy to think about how [...]

Unearthing Time to Coach Contact Center Agents

Practice makes perfect. We tell our children this all the time. There is no way to become an expert at a task without investing the time to practice. We suffer from listening to 10 minutes of recorder practice every day so the Christmas concert and the Spring concert are good (relatively speaking, that is). Even [...]

How to Improve Agent Performance without the Ding

Many contact centers struggle with how to improve agent performance. Too fast, too slow, not good enough can create a very contentious relationship between employees and management. Sometimes the relationships turn toxic. Toxic Will Not Improve Agent Performance Nobody that works in a contact center wants it to be a toxic environment. And to many [...]

3 Things Enable Agents to Increase FCR

Everyone knows that repeat callers are expensive, even really expensive. That’s why most companies track First Call Resolution (FCR) as a metric on their agents’ scorecards. Hold them responsible for FCR and the percentage will improve, right? Maybe not. Your plan may be undermined by your company and its internally created road blocks that make [...]