Resource Planning for Team Leaders
After this virtual training course Team Leaders will be able to raise awareness in their centres of how they and their team’s actions and behaviours impact the forecasts and schedules.
They will also understand the importance of managing holiday allocations and schedule adherence to reduce the pressure of work.
To highlight the key areas of the planning process that Team Leaders and advisors influence, raising awareness of how their actions determine the planning outputs.
This virtual training course provides information and tools for delegates to educate advisors in your centre on the impact their behaviour has on the forecasting and scheduling outputs, including service levels and their shifts patterns.
Operational perspective on:
- The cause of poor forecasts
- The impact of not adhering to schedules and holiday allocations
- The importance of using the correct aux/activity codes
- The benefits to advisor of flexibility
- What occupancy means to the advisors
- The importance of working as a team to achieve the goal
Three 2-hour online sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday with tutor support.
How to book
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Where and when?
Three 2-hour online sessions
Date: Tue 16 Nov, Wed 17 Nov and Thur 18 Nov
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Who is it for?
Why should you go?
Team Leaders will be able to raise awareness in their centres of how they and their team’s actions and behaviours impact the forecasts and schedules.
How much is it?
CCMA members: £449 + VAT additional places £399 + VAT
Non-members: £499 + VAT additional places £449 + VAT
About the trainer
Christine Chapman is a seasoned resource planning trainer. Back in 1998 she was promoted at Nationwide Building Society to Resource Planning Manager supporting 450 colleagues in the contact centre. Since then she has gone on to deliver WFM best practice and training projects across the world.