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Tips for Improving Contact Center Culture
Business guru Peter Drucker's famous quote, "Culture eats strategy for breakfast," has been floating around LinkedIn and in CEO circles for years. In the contact center world, leaders and stakeholders are well-aware... Read More

5 Ways to Get Executive Buy-in on CX Projects
According to #ICMIchat participants, the most challenging part of the customer feedback process is acting on the feedback and closing the loop. To make matters more complicated, often times, executive support wanes... Read More

Boost Morale by Giving Every Agent an Automated Manager
Fifty-two percent of contact center staff believe their company isn’t doing enough to prevent their teams from burning out. Unfortunately, the center environment causes burnout and can seem impossible to address. For... Read More

Now Accepting 2019 ICMI Customer Experience Movers & Shakers Nominations
It’s that time of year again!  We’re excited to announce the opening of the nomination process for our second annual Customer Experience Movers & Shakers list. Who are the innovators and emerging... Read More

Two-thirds of CX Initiatives Fail. How Can We Fix This?
Gartner predicted that by 2020, customer experience would be the number one competitive differentiator for businesses. If that's the case, it seems like we have some work to do! We're nearing the... Read More

Decision Trees - Hidden Hero of Contact Centers
Organizing information is one of the most challenging tasks of the modern age, making it useful even more so. Customer service agents now find themselves handling both more information and channels than... Read More

7 Tips for Addressing Burnout at Work
Burnout is on the rise, and now a recognized medical condition according to the World Health Organization. What can we, as contact center professionals, do to address the situation? Here are a... Read More

Help Agents Manage Emotions During Difficult Customer Interactions
Let’s face it. The customer isn’t always right. Sometimes they’re not only wrong, but also nasty and loud. How do you help your agents manage their own emotions during these difficult customer... Read More

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