When most people think of trauma, they think of people who fought in wars or who have witnessed crimes. This is not always the case and most often, trauma can be found in any extended period of stress, including being a CX Agent.
We are grateful to be joined by Jeremy Hide, in today’s episode where we will be discussing how trauma can be caused in the workplace, along with how to positively work through the trauma and the related triggers agents face.
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Tune in to learn about:
Understanding how CX agents may develop trauma from negative customer interactions and the stress of working in an organization
Recognizing what it might feel like when a trigger causes a traumatic experience to resurface
Skills that can help you reflect and grow from your past trauma like journaling and therapy
How leaders in the workplace can improve to better relieve trauma responses and when to utilize professional help
Managing the customers that cause significant trauma to agents and ensuring the right conversations are taking place
Agents are working in the front lines just as much as your sales team, so it’s important that they are being treated right. This starts with the leaders and the empowerment that the leaders give to their agents to do their job properly. Business will thrive when they put focus on their agents and their experience.
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