On-Demand Partner Webinars

Catch up with past Partner Webinars here. These are free to watch and do not count towards your membership.
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Free Webinar: Sickness, Presenteeism and Shrinkage

Hosted on 22nd Sept 2022

Wouldn’t it be great if we all understood Shrinkage! The 3A’s of Absence, Attrition and Annual Leave will remain problems until we truly understand these and learn how be manage and plan more effectively. In addition, we now have Presenteeism to add another layer of complexity. Fortunately, this webinar will:
 - Explain and define these commonly used terms to gain a shared understanding
 - Introduce the Shrinkage Wheel to effectively benchmark and deepen understanding
 - Become more confident in setting and describing these key assumptions

Free Webinar: Key Industry Trends in 2022 - The 3As

Hosted by Phil Anderson on 17th February 2022

Attrition, Attraction and Absence will be on going challenges during 2022. With a continued uncertainty around COVID and an indecision on what hybrid working really means, a number of problems will be experienced due the “3-A’s”.

  • Understand how to control your attrition and benchmark against the industry.
  • Develop an attraction strategy, helping to develop careers.
  • Learn how to manage absence to reduce the impact of Pandemic related sickness.

Free Webinar: Agent Mental Health: How Behavioural Data Science Can Improve Wellbeing in partnership with Sabio

Hosted on 10th February 2022

Phil Anderson, Director at The Forum will be joined by Scott Budding from Sabio and Phoebe Asquith of People Matter to discuss the importance of monitoring and supporting the mental health of contact centre agents.

This session will focus on how psycho-social research has presented new ways for us to surface tailored insights and understand root causes of poor mental health. 

Free Webinar in partnership with NICE Systems

Hosted 3rd February 2022

Customer + Colleague + Corporate - The Changing Interdependencies within Contact Centre Stakeholders

Customer + Colleague + Corporate: Over time, each of these constituent parts of the contact centre ecosystem have traded focus. We are now in an age where colleagues and staff are seen as the key component to success. The "Great Resignation" is being driven by a highly competitive job market, with organisations competing for staff. What can contact centre managers to do combat this?

 - Drive up employee engagement

 - Offer effective development plans for staff

 - Understand and map out the Employee Journey

 - New definition of Hybrid Working

 - What role does WFM play?

Free Webinar: Planning For Covid Series 3 What are the top challenges organisations face right now?

28th Sept 2021, 12:00

The Planning for Covid-19 series 3 will again share real-life examples of the challenges along with practical ideas to limit the impact and even prevent these from happening.
 - Understand the current top challenges from across the industry.
 - Hear how different organisations are approaching these with new and innovating ideas.

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