Webinar Replay: 7 Expert Ideas to Improve Capacity Planning

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Do you want to optimize your contact centres staffing plans?

Of course you do!

Well, in this webinar we will share lots of capacity planning secrets that will enable you to upgrade your strategy and hit those all important service level targets.

All of this great advice comes courtesy of our three experienced planners, who have lots of great knowledge that they are ready to pass on to you.


  • Introductions – Rachael Trickey, Call Centre Helper
  • Bob Stella, KBC Bank Ireland
  •  Bob Stella slides from capacity planning webinar
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  • Vosy Gordon, Avocado 55 Limited
 Vosy Gordon slides from capacity planning webinar Click here to view the slides
  • Kristyn Emenecker, Playvox
 Kristyn Emenecker slides from capacity planning webinar Click here to view the slides
Bob Stella - headshot
Bob Stella
KBC Bank Ireland
Vosy Gordon - headshot
Vosy Gordon
Avocado 55 Limited
Kristyn Emenecker - headshot
Kristyn Emenecker
Rachael Trickey - headshot
Rachael Trickey
Call Centre Helper
What You Will Learn
  • Techniques to improve forecasting and scheduling
  • How to better understand call distribution
  • New-age shift patterns
  • Where can you better balance skill-sets?
  • Good ways to improve engagement through planning
  • Top tips from the audience
  • Winning tip – "Include speed to competency calculations in your forecast based on new people and/or returning people to the roles They won't be 100% efficient from day 1 so phase this in line with expectation" thanks to Garry3
Original Webinar date: 13th May 2021