customer service

Coaching Tellers to Excellence

How successful do you expect your tellers to be? How successful do they want to be? How big is the gap between what you want and what they deliver on?

This program will help you see how you can put coaching techniques into your leadership skills and get positive and meaningful results.

Courageous Conversations

Have you ever avoided a tough conversation because you don’t like conflict? Congratulations, you are among friends. Most people don’t jump out of bed in the morning thinking, “I hope I get into some conflict today!” Yet, many leaders avoid tough conversations for multiple reasons, generally boiling down to fear. Fear of the person’s reaction, hurting feelings, being taken advantage of, or the desire to be liked can get in the way of curious communication.

Striking a Balance Between Organizational Growth and Operational

In today’s ever changing business environment, bank leaders are faced with hard decisions on how to allocate the company’s resources and still make a profit. Will a focus on growth or operational efficiency create value for our clients and the institution’s bottom line?

Managing a Successful Call Center

Call Centers create a competitive advantage for organizations, whether there are two or two hundred people answering calls. This webinar will help call center managers establish training and practice coaching techniques that ensure agents know how to effectively use the technology and are inspired to perform.

Building Productive Teams

The term ‘team player’ has become a generic term in the workplace. In this workshop, you will learn what it means to truly be a team player on a productive team.

Nailing Your Job of Head Teller

Tellers are the key to exceptional customer service, and a superior supervisor can enable them to deliver a top performance. In this webinar, Head Tellers will learn to become accomplished leaders who assist their tellers in reaching their full potential.

The Gift of Feedback

Feedback can help individuals understand what they are doing well and where they need to improve. This allows them to focus on specific areas and make progress. In this session, you will learn a framework for giving feedback and tips to help your feedback make a positive impact.

Managing a Successful Call Center CU

Call Centers create a competitive advantage for organizations that learn to create them well| whether there are two or two hundred people answering calls. In most instances, calls are answered by automated voice response system (AVRS) allowing the caller to participate in determining where they need to be routed. This streamlines the process, routing the person to the agent best suited to assist the caller. While this process makes sense for the business, do callers become frustrated with being stuck in an endless loop of options to choose from so that when an agent comes on the line they are met by a frustrated caller?