We’re passionate advocates of the power of good training programmes, and we know it’s one of the most important investments a company can make. One of the interesting things about the pandemic is the way it has changed the training landscape. What was once a nice-to-have is becoming ever more commonplace.
Vulnerable Customer training is an area we’re passionate about as it has a real impact on the level of service contact centres can offer, as well as the wellbeing and career enhancement of those who work in the centres.
We are delighted to announce that we’ve extended the reach of our excellent training programmes by partnering with the CMMA and delivering some of our course titles through their comprehensive open schedule of courses.
Think and Grow Rich is a long-held business philosophy and motivational book brought to the world by Napoleon Hill over 80 years ago. The impact of his writings cannot be underestimated, and his book Think and Grow Rich has sold over 100 million copies since 1937.
With no previous quality assurance programme or training in place, ICB were keen to develop a standardised approach to measure the quality of service that they provide. They identified that they needed a Quality Assurance Performance Management Programme.
With both call centres outsourced to third parties, Samsung needed a partnership approach, where all parties would work together to review the quality assurance framework and make improvements to the customer support experience.
Helen Beaumont-Manahan and Pete Dunn discuss what’s changed for Contact Centres, Quality Management and Customers, and how we can utilise that for the better.
Our latest SIG included a brief introduction to the topic of Empathy as a coachable Emotional Intelligence competence, and a focus on delivering feedback to remote teams.
How you can utilise Quality Enabled Business Transformation to move your employees and business from a survive to a thrive mindset.
BPA Quality’s EMEA Quality Solutions and CX Manager Helen Beaumont-Manahan appeared on the Rutz Consulting podcast to discuss the four pillars of an effective quality framework in a multilingual contact centre.