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  • SYKES Operational Best Practices & Excellence
    SYKES Operational Best Practices & Excellence Victoria Georgalakis Recorded: May 31 2017 4 mins
    The Operational Value Chain is collection of the seven core processes or phases that make up the very heart of what SYKES does as a business. It’s the operational part of the business, where SYKES delivers for clients and customers, divided into seven segments: Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Transaction Handling, Coaching & Engagement, Workforce Management, Risk Management, and Continuous Improvement. There are three elements to the strategic phase to make sure we deliver on the Operational Value Chain: Human Capital (Do we have the right people in the right roles?), Information Capital (Do we have the right tools and technology to be effective?), and Organizational Capital (Do we have the right forums and communication to be effective?).
  • Training and Talent Development Best Practices
    Training and Talent Development Best Practices John Kruper and Robin Peloquin Recorded: May 31 2017 4 mins
    SYKES Chief Learning Officer John Kruper and SYKES Executive Director of Learning Services in North America Robin Peloquin talk about the learning environments, technology, and training materials that SYKES builds, reflecting a belief in applying and learning by doing. Employees in training learn from their mistakes and try again. Classrooms are collaborative and social. Tables are arranged so trainees can work together and collaborate — role-playing, trying, playing, and learning along the way. The classrooms come alive in the content, setup, and overall instruction. Employees get the opportunity to apply what they are learning right away. Data shows employees retain more knowledge as engagement continues, and that’s why SYKES continues to strive for engaged learning.
  • SYKES Culture: We are a family
    SYKES Culture: We are a family SYKES Recorded: May 31 2017 2 mins
    Several SYKES employees talk about what they love about working at SYKES. Leaders are dedicated to developing employees. The family-oriented culture focuses on caring for each other. It is truly a family environment that you want to be a part of, which is why people stay here for 10, 15, 20 years. It is a true testament to the culture at SYKES.
  • Being an Effective Leader
    Being an Effective Leader Lynn Loefgren Recorded: May 31 2017 3 mins
    SYKES Senior Vice President of Global Operations Lynn Loefgren gives her perspective on being an effective leader. For her, it requires commitment and decision-making skills. You gain a lot of credibility with your clients and your team with those skills. Know your people and know your business — if you know the drivers of both of those, you’ll know how to make an impact. Change means opportunity. Get up every day with the vigor you need to run your business, and remember people are our greatest asset.
  • A Leadership Perspective from a Global CEO
    A Leadership Perspective from a Global CEO Chuck Sykes Recorded: May 31 2017 3 mins
    SYKES President and CEO Chuck Sykes talks about what excites him about working for SYKES. He’s always loved building and fixing things, and in the nature of SYKES work, finding solutions and fixing problems is part of every day. Chuck loves helping people, and that’s part of the SYKES DNA. Being a business that provides digital marketing, customer service, and technical support, Chuck values that the company’s whole purpose in life is helping clients serve their customers — and fits to who he is as a person. He also loves the global aspect of the SYKES business as it gives employees tremendous perspective on globalization. Chuck started at the company as an installer, working in various aspects within the organization, including sales, marketing and operations before serving as COO until his father’s retirement. “I take my job very, very seriously as CEO of the company, but I do not take myself seriously. I feel a sense of conveying respect to everyone. I don’t care what you do in life. Every person is someone to who you should always be respectful. And that is something I’ve witnessed as part of my upbringing.”
  • Mentorship Is Key to Employee Success
    Mentorship Is Key to Employee Success Mike Henderson Recorded: May 31 2017 3 mins
    SYKES Senior Vice President of Regional Operations Mike Henderson talks about how the SYKES business is a people business. The people who join SYKES want to succeed, and to help them succeed, the team managers focus on being good mentors, starting with being approachable. It is important to develop team members internally. As SYKES has developed and pioneered growth in the industry, team members like Henderson have grown and advanced with the mentorship of key leaders along the way.
  • The Best Leaders Listen & Bring Out the Best
    The Best Leaders Listen & Bring Out the Best John Kruper Recorded: May 31 2017 2 mins
    SYKES Chief Learning Officer John Kruper discusses some of his key learnings on being a good leader. The best leaders are the ones who are able to listen and provide a fertile soil for the folks they manage or lead. It’s not about you — it’s always about the folks you are lucky to be around. You get a chance to interact with people with different backgrounds, countries, perspectives, and experiences. If you can inspire them, that makes you a great leader.
  • SYKES Culture Started on Day 1
    SYKES Culture Started on Day 1 John Sykes Recorded: May 31 2017 2 mins
    SYKES Founder John Sykes looks back on the early days of the company, and gives a look into the culture developed from the very beginning, emphasizing that you have to show respect for each other, that you care for people, that you don’t just talk about it but you live it. At SYKES, everyone is important, no matter what role you have within the company — SYKES employees are measured by who you are, what you do, and how you do it. John Sykes shares memories of the first year, starting with just three employees, and ended up profitable with 85 employees by the end of the first year. He wanted SYKES to be a company you could depend on, that did what it said it would do.
  • SYKES at Home: Work-from-home outsourcing solutions
    SYKES at Home: Work-from-home outsourcing solutions SYKES Recorded: May 30 2017 5 mins
    With more than 20 years of experience, SYKES is the largest and most experienced at-home outsourcing solution. In fact, SYKES pioneered the work-from-home solution. We recruit, hire, and train agents who are better and more quickly mobilized to engage with customers, resulting in improved customer retention, loyalty, and satisfaction for clients. In this solution, the work goes to the agent vs. the agent coming to the work. To ensure that client information remains secure, SYKES has also developed precautionary security measures for the at-home measures.
  • Analytics Guides Digital Support Optimization
    Analytics Guides Digital Support Optimization Nick Sellers & Bo Young Recorded: Jan 11 2017 42 mins
    In a world of data, learn how analytics can help you optimize your digital support channels to yield the best ROI.

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