Category: GCS Culture

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Posted by: Bucky Cline, June 28, 2012

Learning Something New Everyday

As a kid, we had a dinner time ritual where my dad asked us what we learned in school that day.  At the time I found answering that question the hardest part of my day….and the most irritating.  [I could have taught a class in eye rolling.]  As a kid it was hard for me

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Say This, Not That Changing Language in Your Contact Center Can Make You More Professional and Accurate How do you feel when someone says the phrase “telemarketing?” Personally, myself and many of my co-workers cringe a little inside. Why? Because it sounds negative. In fact, the word “telemarketing” gives little insight into what it is

We all know that listening is a important skill.  Both personally and professionally, being a good listener can make or break your success. Here are 4 tips, originally described by Dr. Jerry Bell (http://www.bellleadership.com/) to amp up your listening skills and become an active listener. Commit! It’s a Lifestyle To Listen or Not to Listen

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I’m worried about the next generation of managers. Of course, that’s what my parents said thirty years ago. Thirty years ago, leadership programs and management principles were centered around case studies and round table discussions. Today, we Google it. Our contact centers are hours, time zones and oceans apart from one another. Yet, we expect to have

Posted by: Frank Camp, May 21, 2012

Leadership by Listening; Leadership & Management

When you see someone visiting your site, it is human nature to question their motive: are they a client or prospect? are they an auditor? is something important happening? Our clients use site visits to check up on their programs, but our management team takes advantage of site visits to not only check up on

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Posted by: Greg Alcorn, May 15, 2012

You Are Who You Are!

Our VP of Organizational Development, Bucky Cline, walked into my office a few minutes ago because we had to collaborate on a meeting I’ll be ‘tech-support’ for tomorrow afternoon. I apologized while I fumbled with a mountain of papers on my desk, trying to move them out of the way so Bucky & I could

Posted by: Bryan Overcash, April 27, 2012

GCS Goes To DC

GCS is branching out – by applying for work in the Executive branch and other areas of federal, state and local government. “When GCS first started, we spent a lot of time responding to government proposals.” recalls Greg Alcorn. “As business grew in other areas we focused less attention into that area. Beginning last year, we began reintroducing GCS to the public sector.” Getting

Posted by: Bucky Cline, April 26, 2012

Enriching Your Life

Learning something new means more than just picking up a new skill or trade.  It actually enriches your life and in many ways, makes you a better person. It doesn’t have to be a monumental laborious effort either.   It’s relatively easy to pick up something new every day.  Here are 10 ways to do

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“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” -Henry Ford You see a memo about a relay race taking place at the site at noon. You hear mention of a site cookout taking place next month. Your supervisor tells you about a community service event the team is getting involved