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Date: Tuesday, August 16

Time: 11:00 CT

Generation WHAT? Understanding Generations and Their Impact on WFM in the Modern Contact Center.

Gen Z, Baby Boomers, Millennials, Gen X – some have names and letters? The years change, and what is a Xennial? Does any of this matter? What is a Yeet? Awkward moments can come at multi-generational dinners, big Zoom meetings, or even shift bidd. Generations and context matter because the world evolves – change is rapid, but the human experience is constant. In this session we will talk about some of the things that impact how each of the main cohorts in the workforce today can influence what you do, and how they impact your role and even your work as a team. No single session can cover all of generational theory, but we can equip you with some strategies to have some meaningful moments, give some understanding to what the current definitions are, and maybe avoid some cringe.

Speaker: Marshall Lee, ttec

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Managing Daily Service: An Intra-Day Plan to Keep Staffing and Service on Track — Achieving intra-day success involves a process of monitoring, tracking, assessing, and acting to ensure staffing levels stay intact to deliver service regardless of the events of the day. In this session, you will learn about ways to monitor and track call volume, handle time, and staffing throughout the day in time to make changes as needed to impact service. Hear about communications and reaction strategies to affect both under-staffing and over-staffing with minimal disruption and maximum coverage.

Seminar attendees will learn to:

  • Outline the basic components of an intraday management process.
  • Compare forecast to actual workload.
  • Identify when a new forecast and/or plan is needed.
  • Outline a variety of schedule exception management practices.
  • Identify service management communications strategies.
  • Outline potential reaction strategies for understaffing and overstaffing scenarios.

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Signs of Success: Metrics and Measures of WFM Performance — Almost every contact center employee has a performance scorecard, outlining expected levels of performance in many different areas. The workforce management team is no exception. While the tasks may vary from center to center depending on size and functional design, there are common ways to define metrics that point to good performance and a job well done. Learn about the four components of WFM success, along with different ways to measure and report the numbers. See measurement case studies, along with best practices for defining WFM metrics.

Seminar attendees will learn to:

  • Identify the four components of WFM success.
  • Calculate results with three different approaches.
  • Apply the analysis steps to sample data.
  • Define customer and employee satisfaction metrics.
  • Identify specific questions to gauge satisfaction with the WFM team.

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Join us for the 2022 QATC Annual Conference!

September 19-21, 2022
Hilton Downtown Nashville

Are you looking for one place to find the latest information on quality assurance and training trends and technologies in the call center? Do you attend other call center industry conferences and find only a handful of sessions that are applicable to your job? Would you like to have the opportunity to network with your QA and training peers and discuss your toughest problems?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you’ll want to attend the 2021 QATC Annual Conference this fall. In addition, you will:

  • Hear exciting speakers and industry experts
  • Explore the latest in quality and training technologies in the Sponsor Showcase
  • Network with your peers

You don’t want to miss this exciting event, so make your plans to attend now. Click here to register today!

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Setting Strategic Goals for Workforce Management —  Just like the organization as a whole and the contact center within it, the Workforce Management department needs to have strategic goals that define the direction for the team. Clearly set overall goals make short-term decisions easier and performance more consistent. In this session, you will learn:

  • The 10 most common goals.
  • Definitions and applications.
  • Implications of different calculations.
  • Tradeoffs when goals create conflicts.
  • The essentials of creating a strategic plan.

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