Too irrelevant to the team leader.
Such are the complaints heard repeatedly about Performance Management and Engagement systems.
And these don’t even touch on the biggest problem of all: current systems produce a tidal wave of unreliable data. The ratings they yield are based on the notion that, with enough time and training, managers (and peers) can become reliable raters of other people’s skills and competencies. Sadly, that’s not true. A large body of research reveals:
61% of your manager’s rating of you is a reflection of the
manager, not of you. Your organization, apparently unaware of this, then persists on paying you, training you, and promoting you—and everyone else in the organization—based on these flawed ratings.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Feb 27, 2018
PureCloud was designed to simplify the way you manage customer relationships. It’s powerfully simple, fast and intuitive. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Get a better look at the benefits and tools of Genesys PureCloud in a new report by Nucleus Research. For their study, Nucleus examined past and current customer experiences, breadth of functionality and results of use.
From rapid cloud deployment to rolling software updates, PureCloud enables best-in-class customer experiences today and well into the future. Read the full report to learn more about:
• PureCloud tools like automated omnichannel routing, social channel management, outbound dialing, integration with other software and analytics and reporting.
• Benefits of the platform such as lower costs, increased flexibility, improved time to value, and better workforce optimization.
• Current customer success stories and the future of PureCloud.
There are etiquettes when it comes to being on a conference call. The following infographic exemplifies all the different kinds of conference callers. Avoid being the "musical maestro" or the "disorganized organizer" and learn your conference call etiquette.
This whitepaper is a call-to-action for all marketers to re-assess antiquated outbound marketing techniques. Marketers need to develop dialogues with customers and prospects to deliver relevant, timely, personalized information throughout the customer lifecycle and reinforce consistent messages across inbound and outbound channels.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Mar 13, 2015
We are now in a world of Unified Communications (UC) and your employees are using many devices and modalities to communicate. A phone is still needed, but its use as a “stand-alone” device is changing as end users now have a wider range of communications options afforded by UC including chat, video, and communications on a phone or mobile devices (BYOD). As IM becomes the new dial tone (“U there?”, “Is now a good time to talk”), when your users want to talk, they expect to be able to place their phone call from their UC client. For most companies today, that UC client is Microsoft® Lync®. While the user may want to place their phone call from Lync, they also want to be able to
use a telephone dial pad to dial numbers, access features with convenient feature keys, and be able to choose between using a handset, headset, or speakerphone—and they want to use their phones in ways that are fully integrated with their Lync client.
In a series of real-world examples, this eBook presents before-and-after scenarios that illustrate how deploying a mobile solution helped companies achieve their goals, and how the roles of safety professionals – from inspectors & technicians in the field, to safety officers and executives in the office – have evolved with mobile technology.
The eBook also highlights the recent trend among safety professionals to go beyond safety inspections and use technology to automatically dispatch remedial actions in real time and build ambitious preventative maintenance programs. This trend makes it possible to leapfrog current safety practices, and save additional lives.