Zero Memorization Training Guide for Contact Centers
Video #1: What is Zero Memorization Training?
The video below will give you a quick introduction to Zero Memorization Training and what results you can achieve (hint: decrease your "Time To Proficiency" for new agents by at least 50%).
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Video #2: What does Zero Memorization Training look like?
If you have never participated in a Zero Memorization Training session, it can be a little hard to imagine. The video below will let you see an example of what Zero Memorization Training feels like both for the instructor and the agent.
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Video #3: What does a Zero Memorization Knowledge Base look like?
If you are going to implement Zero Memorization Training and achieve the results you want, you can't use just any knowledge base. This next video will show you what your knowledge base will need to be able to do if you are going to successfully implement Zero Memorization Training.
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Video #4 - An example of an Interactive Conversation Flow
One of the keys to Zero Memorization Training is helping your agents know exactly what to say, ask, and do - without having to memorize anything. Interactive Conversation Flows help you do just that.
The video below covers some information already mentioned in the previous videos, but if you jump to the 2:00 mark you can see an example of what an Interactive Conversation Flow looks like.
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