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5 Ways to Refresh Your Contact Center Agents Mindset in the New Year

5 Ways to Refresh Your Contact Center Agents' Mindset in the New Year

Ringing in the new year provides an opportunity to create a fresh start for your agents and your contact center – even despite the stale circumstances. So while the start of 2021 might not bring the overnight “new year, new you” fix we were all hoping for, here are some workforce engagement ideas to help refresh your agents’ mindset to start the year on the right foot.
Reimagining the contact center for work from anywhere

Reimagining the Contact Center for Work From Anywhere

Even the biggest skeptics have found benefits with WFH that enable them to now rethink how they want to operate customer interactions. Most organizations (56.8%) in our Customer Engagement Transformation: 2020-21 Research Study already have decided to continue with a WFH strategy once the pandemic has passed. The reimagined, work-from-anywhere contact center has several benefits.
Refresh Your Quality Monitoring Program with these 15 Best Practices

Refresh Your Quality Monitoring Program with these 15 Best Practices

In today's experience economy, quality is more important than ever. Consumers are much less tolerant of low quality customer service experiences. On the flip side, they'll reward exceptional customer experiences (CX) with more purchases and referrals. Under these circumstances, contact centers can't afford to have agents who are indifferent about or resentful of quality improvement efforts.
Act on Early Warnings with Proactive Analytics

Act on Early Warnings with Proactive Analytics

One tool that helps businesses know their customers better, anticipate their needs, and proactively address emerging issues is interaction analytics. A recent Aberdeen report stated that 59% of companies rate Augmented Analytics as critical or very important in the COVID-19 environment. Additionally, the study found that investments in analytics correlate to strong business outcomes. For example, 23% of businesses that widely use analytics experienced an increase in revenue despite the pandemic.