Measuring & meeting changing customer expectations
Conference Date
15th & 16th February 2017
Location
CQ Functions Melbourne
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Overview

Growth in digital innovations has created opportunities for enhanced customer service delivery.

However, government agencies continue to grapple with effectively managing customer service channels while continuing to gather and analyse meaningful customer data.

In addition, as the front facing component of public sectors evolves, it is important to bring internal stakeholders on that journey. How you maintain consistency in customer service as well as keep staff up-skilled and motivated, can greatly affect your customers’ experience and satisfaction.

This conference will provide you with the chance to learn practical strategies of omni-channel management, customer data collection and utilisation, as well as strategies to improve people management practices to deliver on the evolving needs of your internal and external stakeholders.

  Practical learnings from the conference:
          • Achieving sustainable and consistent customer service excellence across teams
          • Empowering and upskilling all levels of staff to be customer-centric
          • Adapting customer service strategy for digital and consolidated service delivery
          • Balancing traditional and digital contact channels to deliver tailored customer service
          • Designing data collection methods to effectively map the customer journey
          • Formulating insights from customer data to shape future strategy
  Who will attend? Federal, state & local government with responsibilities for:
            • Customer Service
            • Customer Experience
            • Contact Centres
            • Client Services
            • Service Delivery
  Hear 15 presentations from federal, state and local leaders delivering customer service experience.

Attend to learn:

  • How to grow a high performing customer service workforce

  • How to develop & optimise a contact channel strategy

  • How to effectively measure & analyse customer data

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Key Speakers

Tim Bostock
Director, Service Centres
Service NSW
Mike Whittaker
Customer Service Manager
City of Casey
Chris Butler
Head of AusIndustry - Business Services
Department of Industry, Innovation & Science
Melinda Button
Executive General Manager - Customer
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What People Are Saying

  • “The Public Sector Customer Service conference 2016 demonstrated useful front-line tactics and cultural shift techniques to strengthen organisational approach to improving customer experience. The mix of organisations represented at the conference added to the depth of material covered and insights to take away.”

    Dani Sargeant
    Web Services Coordinator, City of Gold Coast

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