We’re ramping up for Call Center Week’s 6th Annual Summit which will be held January 24-27, 2011 in Orlando, FL as a part of our Customer Management event portfolio. I’m interested in hearing about what new initiatives you are working on and if you have a call center story to tell your colleagues. Apart from the great networking opportunities provided, talking about your experience as a call center leader is a great way to help others learn from the challenges you face and how to overcome them.
If you’d like to be considered as a speaker, fill out our “Story to Tell” form and email it to email@example.com.
Based on market research and in order to continue providing cutting-edge content, we will introduce new learning formats and topics on the program this year. Some new ideas in consideration include: Knowledge Exchange, Blue Sky, Brainstorming, “Group Therapy” and the Brilliance Bar. Once topics are selected, we can discuss the best learning style fit. However, if you are specifically interested in leading an innovative format, be sure to note it on your “Story to Tell” form.
If you are not interested in speaking, but would like to get more information about attending, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would be more than happy to send our draft agenda and event details.
I look forward to hearing about your recent projects and speaking with you about Call Center Week’s 6th Annual Summit!
Call Center Week's 6th Annual Summit
Kelley Carson, Director of Customer Services at BendBroadband recently submitted a speaker paper about using employee satisfaction as a call center retention tool.
We’ve all heard (and probably said) “turnover is just a way of life in a call center.” But Kelley knows that’s just an excuse. She estimates that attrition for 1 employee can cost a company as much as $30k, when you factor in resources, benefits, training and other on-boarding processes. If you place an emphasis on hiring a top-notch staff, it’s your responsibility as Call Center Leader to make sure the culture is one that fosters employee growth and development.
It may seem common sense that the happier your employees, the lower your turnover. But I guess the real question for Call Center Leaders is “how do I get there?”
Kelley and BendBroadband knows how – they are able to boast one of the lowest turnover rates in their industry (between 10-15%).
For more on how BendBroadband has achieved this status, Kelley’s speaker paper is available at www.callcenterweek.com.
If you’re interested in learning more on call center employee hiring and retention, Kelley will also be leading a discussion at the 11th Annual Call Center Week (June 14-18th at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas). Full details are at www.callcenterweek.com.