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Goodbye 2020… Lessons Learned

I wish I could say, “Hate to see you go,” but that is definitely not the case. I believe that each of us has...

Contact Center Pipeline Magazine: Inside Our January 2021 Issue

Welcome to 2021 and the January issue of Contact Center Pipeline. I hope the new year brings much health and happiness. This is an exciting...

Happy Employees Don’t Just Happen: Here’s How to Create Them

Happy employees are the best kind. They work hard, keep customers loyal, and stick around to help your organization accomplish its mission. You definitely...

Managing Through COVID-19: A Roundup of Tips, Tools and Tech for Contact Centers

We are finally at the end of a turbulent 2020. It has been quite a journey—with many more months of market uncertainty and workplace...
Kathleen Peterson, April 2020 Author Wall of Fame

Meet Janet LeBlanc: Our December 2020 Wall of Fame Honoree

Contact Center Pipeline’s AUTHOR WALL OF FAME Janet LeBlanc is President of Janet LeBlanc + Associates, a consulting firm specializing in the design and delivery of...

Inside View: Sweetwater Founder & CEO Chuck Surack

In 1979, when musician and entrepreneur Chuck Surack founded Sweetwater Sound, a mobile recording studio in the back of his VW bus, he never...
Customer Service Team Appreciation in 2020

Contact Center Pipeline Magazine: Inside Our October 2020 Issue

I love Customer Service Week. Our frontline staff represent our organizations and they make such a difference in our customer’s experience. Regardless of our...

Contact Centers Today… A Management Balancing Act

The idiom “balancing act” is defined by dictionary.com as “a circus act in which a performer displays his or her balancing ability.” From where...
Ian Stokol, CCXP Inside View

Inside View: Ian Stokol, CCXP

The Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA) defines an outstanding CX practitioner as someone who “inspires excellence in all aspects of the CX discipline and...

After the Pandemic: How to Bring Back the Contact Center

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption across nearly every line of business, and contact centers are no exception. In times like these,...

Women in Leadership: How to Succeed—and Lead—in the Contact Center Industry

In honor of women who inspire, influence and serve as role models, I’ve compiled leadership advice from five of the finest contact center leaders...

The Impact of Altruism on a Servant Leadership Culture

Servant leadership is the backbone of many leadership development programs today. While the leadership philosophy is too complicated and involved to learn by glancing...
10 Ways to Help Employees Cope with COVID-19 Coronavirus

Leading in Uncertain Times: 10 Ways to Help Employees Cope with the Pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic takes hold, we’re all being impacted in various ways, many of them pretty dramatic. Everyone is feeling more than a...
Contact Center Risk Taking

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

You can’t get anywhere unless you’re willing to take a risk. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. “This idiom dates back to Chaucer (c. 1374) and...

What Seven Years in Prison Taught Me About Managing and Respecting the Customer Experience

My first taste of customer experience (or what we referred to at the time as customer service) was in a bar. I was behind...

Pushing the Project Pause Button

I don’t know about you, but I love my pause button so much that I pay my cable company insane amounts of money monthly...
Leading a Service Culture

Leading a Service Culture

Businesses are entering a new age of leadership. Ivory towers are crumbling across the country. The days of executives being disconnected from their customers,...
Inside View, Debbie Nagy, Dow Jones & Co

Inside View: Debbie Nagy, Dow Jones & Co.

Do you ever stop to think about why a particular individual stands out in his or her profession? Many might point to qualities like...
Contact Center Pipeline Top 5 Blog Posts

Top 5 Posts in November

For many, the holidays are a time to reflect, celebrate accomplishments and consider the year ahead. If that’s true for you, too, then you’ll...

When People Are Your Business, Behavior Is Your Product

People are more than cogs in a machine. Like it or not, a person’s history and current situation drives behavior more than workplace rules....
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