Call Centers love metrics. We talk about QA scores, CSAT scores, Average Handle Time, Hold Time, etc., etc. But how much do you know about Time to Proficiency and how it affects your call center? In this article we are going to dive deep into Time to Proficiency. We will answer the following questions: What is Time to Proficiency? How does Time to Proficiency affect the metrics in your call center? How does Time to Proficiency affect the people in your call center? How do you measure Time to Proficiency? What are typical Time to Proficiency’s for call centers? How much does a high Time to Proficiency cost your call center? How can you decrease your Time to Proficiency?
So, you just started a trial of ScreenSteps because someone told you it would be really easy to create guides with screenshots in them. Or maybe you just stumbled across ScreenSteps while you were searching around for a way to speed up the process of creating the help guides you need for your team. And at this point, all you really want is to be able to create a Word or PDF file that you can give to people during training. You don't want to have to deal with publishing a knowledge base or having to send people logins to a new system.
Are your agents struggling with patient scheduling? Especially during the pandemic when protocols seems to change almost on a daily basis? We recorded a discussion over Zoom to talk about some challenges you will experience when you try to create call guides for reps who are scheduling medical patients. The discussion is broken up into several segments so you can scroll down to the section that interests you the most. Enjoy!
When you purchase ScreenSteps, you may need help migrating your existing processes and procedures into ScreenSteps and/or creating new ones from scratch. You can either do it all yourself, or you can partner with us to help out. Check out the video below and keep reading to see what the ScreenSteps consulting and implementation services include, and whether it's something you should consider.
If you are in charge of training employees (or you are in charge of creating training materials) and your organization is planning on using ScreenSteps, you might be wondering how you will use ScreenSteps to train employees. So in this post, I’m going to explain how ScreenSteps can help you become an even more valuable as a teacher/trainer/content creator.
Are you being asked to prove how ScreenSteps will benefit your call center? Don't you hate when you are super excited to implement something and those above you want proof that it will be worth it? It seems like so much extra work when you already know it's going to be worth it. Don't worry. The good news is that proving a positive ROI with ScreenSteps is very easy, especially if you have reliable metrics. We love working with call centers that measure everything carefully because those call centers can quickly see how big of an impact ScreenSteps can make.
Maybe you just got hired at your call center and have been tasked with creating call flows. Or maybe you have been working at the call center for a while now and have finally decided it is time to buckle down and write some call flows or call guides to support your agents. Either way, the task can seem daunting. There is so much information to gather and so many questions: What do you really need to include in a call flow? What tools should you use to create the call flows? What are best practices for writing the call flows?
If you're thinking about using ScreenSteps for your call center, one question that usually comes up is, "What will this look like for my reps when they use it?" That's a great question! You don't want to use a solution that isn't going to work for your organization, so getting some intel on what ScreenSteps will actually look like when your reps have it pulled up on their screen is a wise move. In this video, you'll see how and when ScreenSteps would be used by your reps, what it looks like to use the different types of resources, how they can organize ScreenSteps on their desktop/laptop computer, and you'll learn a few tips for improving adoption of ScreenSteps.