I was born and raised in Mankato, Minn., and graduated this May from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a major in communications. Interacting with people and solving their problems is what motivates me. I’m always trying to fix things for family and friends, much to their chagrin. That’s ultimately what drove me to my past part-time positions in retail.
- Have you ever improved a process or solved an operational issue? …
- How do you handle clients with unreasonable demands? …
- Explain what sort of issues you expect to handle as a manager and how you’d do it. …
- How do you identify an agent’s strengths?
Top 20 Call Center Manager Interview Questions and Answers for 2022
5. What questions do you have for us?
This question not only gives you the opportunity to learn more about the position and the company, but also the ability to promote your skills and desire to become a part of the team.
Compile a few questions while doing your company research. Some questions you may want to ask, as well as some potential follow up responses, are:
For more general interview questions and tips, Read 14 Commonly Asked Job Interview Questions & How to Answer Them.
7. Why do you want to work in a call center?
Illustrate your knowledge of a call center’s atmosphere and the unique demands you’ll face in the position. For example, you could say:
I’m excited to work in a fast-paced environment that will challenge me to use all of my skills to solve problems and improve the customer experience. I love flexing my communication skills and interacting with customers.
To learn a bit more about what it’s like to work at a call center, read our answers to the six most common questions job seekers have about working in a call center.
6. What’s your idea of a call center?
If you have no previous call center experience, interviewers will use this question to gauge your familiarity with the call center environment. Use this opportunity to not only highlight the actual function of a call center, but also the role call center agents play in providing quality customer service.
You should also pay special attention to what kind of call center you are applying for. Inbound call centers field the customer calls placed towards a business and your time will be spent addressing customer questions and concerns. Whereas in outbound call centers, you will be responsible for dialing customers and prospects to collect survey responses, schedule sales demonstrations, perform telemarketing, and more.
For example, if you’re applying for a customer service call center position, your answer might be:
To me, a customer service call center is the frontline of all customer interactions. It’s the job of call center agents to listen and understand customer concerns while also providing helpful information. At the end of the day, customer service call centers need to create satisfied customers with every call.