Bill Gates once famously said: “Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.”
We’ve all been there. Someone has a go at you, or says something that upsets you, and the resultant feelings of upset and anger just won’t go away.
Can your agents can minimise costly repeat contacts, reduce damaging customer churn, and focus on providing an emotionally rich customer experience?
As a call centre manager, it's natural to want to understand how you can be at the top of your game. Whether you want that promotion, or just want to be recognised as being great at what you do, a lot of the time it takes developing and honing a management style that works for you.
When it comes to digital transformation, the call centre has already come a long way, but is a shiny self-service portal enough to meet customer’s growing needs?
Improving call centre productivity has always been a common challenge, but a recent influx of ‘the millennial generation’ into the workplace means managers need to find out exactly what this means for staff motivation.
Communication is one of the factors of call center management that has the greatest impact on an agent’s performance. Can your team leaders have conversations with agents that really drive home the aspects about their performance and behaviour that require improvement?
A vast spreadsheet packed full of perplexing data ins't always helpful. Team leaders need to be able to focus on what really matters at a single glance, using relevant data presented in an insightful and engaging way.
What are the pros and cons of agent offered surveys? One of the biggest fears of getting the agent involved when offering surveys is what’s known as ‘cherry picking’. In reality, it's not as big a a problem as people tend to believe.
Call centres today handle literally millions of calls. Now add the rise of multichannel capabilities and the huge upsurge in digital technologies and it’s no wonder that businesses of all sizes are now producing data by the terabyte. But what can all this data tell us about the call centre?
Almost everyone has had a poor or experience with a call centre at some point. Many of the UK's biggest brands struggle with providing a great and consistent standard of customer service, which isn’t surprising when we remind ourselves that call centre staff are typically faced with low pay, high stress, and little job satisfaction.
Ever since EvaluAgent was founded, our mission has been to challenge the status quo by delivering innovative solutions to one of the North’s biggest employers; the region’s numerous contact centres.
High turnover in the call centre is a complex issue, but there’s little doubt that ignoring the well-being of employees leads directly to disengagement and consequently agents walking out the door.
Metrics usually exist to help management get a clear view into the performance of their agents, but when the same metrics are then used to improve agent performance, are they fit for purpose?
Developing a winning call centre culture is no easy task. But if successfully created and implemented, the right culture can have a powerful impact on performance.
As customers, we find ourselves frequently inundated with requests to provide every week. But sometimes we can't help but become frustrated with poorly designed surveys from brands who should know better.
Check out our Call Centre Return on Engagement Calculator, a simple tool that helps you find out exactly how much disengagement could be costing you.