On-Demand Partner Webinars

Catch up with past Partner Webinars here. These are free to watch and do not count towards your membership.

Free Webinar: The Agents' Voice - hear what they have to say

Hosted on 22nd October 2020

Research findings that will surprise you

QStory will share with you recently conducted research with Contact Centre agents to understand what really drives them, why they move jobs, what makes them happy, what they think makes the customer happy and why they want to stay with their employer.

Join QStory's COO Fiona Coleman and Customer Success Manager, Tony D'Cruze are joined by Marcus Hickman from Davies Hickman and special guest Martin Teasdale.

Free Webinar: Rethinking Operations Sponsored by Verint

Hosted on 15th October 2020

Rethinking Operations – why NOW is the time to build on your foundations

All customer operations have had to deal with significant challenges in 2020. Whilst as an industry we have responded well to the global situation, many organisations are still making do with inefficient processes, gaps in data and the disruptive consequences for people management.

This will become unsustainable as we move forward into 2021. Join this webinar to discuss and discover:

 - How becoming more proactive now can help create flexibility and success in the future
 - The real, key lessons from 2020 and how can we use this learning to build momentum for 2021 and beyond
 - What new skills are needed to ensure operational management practices engage our employees and empower our leaders

This must attend webinar, will cover best practices across the industry - as well as what to avoid.
 

Free Webinar: Join the Scheduling Revolution. Sponsored by NICE

Hosted on 23rd July 2020

In the new work-from-home era, contact centres are facing a paradigm shift in intraday management. Intraday contact centre activity has been dramatically disrupted, and the scheduling needs of agents, who are juggling work and personal responsibilities in the home, have been turned upside down. Amid ongoing change, contact centre managers who are also working remotely need to keep agent performance consistent throughout the day and ensure that staffing is optimised. 

Join our webinar to learn more about:
 - The root causes of the new work-from-home challenges.
 - The unique technologies and techniques that can solve these challenges in the contact centre.
 - New opportunities to improve performance and create more elastic intraday staffing in work-from-home models. 

Sue Bolt is an expert in workforce management, with extensive experience working at companies that include NICE, where she currently serves as a WFO solutions manager, in addition to Barclays and T-Mobile.   

Free Webinar: Micro scheduling, peak shaving and split shifts: Innovations in Planning and the homeworking operating model. Sponsored by Sensée

Hosted on 16th July 2020

The switch from bricks & mortar to work-from-home contact centres during the current crisis has posed challenges for IT, HR and Operational Management. But it’s also proven to be hugely beneficial, delivering substantial benefits for organisations and work-life-balance benefits for employees.

In this webinar we examine innovations in Planning and the homeworking operating model - including micro scheduling, peak shaving and split shifts. As well as explaining the meaning of these terms we’ll show how, by applying these innovative techniques to example scenarios, organisations can boost productivity, cut costs and deliver improved work-life-balance.

Free webinar: Trade secrets every planner should know about WFM reporting & analysis sponsored by injixo

27th May 2021, 17:00

Each time round the WFM cycle, high-performing planners analyse and report on what went right and what went wrong. The goal is that with each iteration, the forecast becomes more accurate, the staffing requirement includes the right shrinkage, the schedule efficiency is higher, the agent adherence is better, and so on. Continuous improvement is the name of the game.

Just as with every other part of the WFM cycle, there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about reporting & analysis. What’s more, since late 2019 we’ve all been bombarded with numbers and charts in the daily news. Now everybody thinks they are statisticians. Join Ian Robertson of The Forum and Simon Waldron of InVision as they reveal some hot tips that work in 2021 and beyond. If you want to take your reporting & analysis to the next level, this webinar is a must-attend.

In this webinar, you will learn:
 - The most important KPIs
 - How to choose the right level of detail
 - The dos and don’ts of data visualization
 - About telling a story with your data
 - How to use your data to drive change
 

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