The organizers of Collector.Live! — a popular annual event for the credit and collection industry — have announced they are hosting a special “Home Edition” of the one-day conference on April 21, which will be free to anyone who wants to participate, while also seeking donations that will be used to help provide personal protective equipment and essential medical items to health workers responding to the pandemic.
Collector.Live! Home Edition will start at 12pm EDT on Tuesday, April 21. It features nearly two dozen speakers — industry luminaries and rock stars — who will be addressing topics related to how the industry has changed in the past few weeks and how to be efficient and productive in what is the industry’s new “normal.” Collector.Live! events are organized by Jack Gordon, the CEO of WebRecon, and Mike Gibb, the editor of AccountsRecovery.net.
There is no charge to watch the event. Interested participants can sign up by clicking here. When registering, you will be asked to make a donation, which will be given to Direct Relief, a non-profit organization that provides personal protective equipment and essential medical items to health workers responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
Among those who will be speaking during the event are:
Among the topics being presented are:
- How to Treat Consumers in Today’s World
- Tips To Help Collectors Work From Home
- Be the Compassionate Questioner
- Where to Get Information About How To Be a Good Resource To Consumers
- Dialing Up The Empathy With People’s Fears, Feelings, and Needs in Mind
- Stress/anxiety Relief
- Personal/Professional Development Strategies for Collectors
- And many more …
Collector.Live! Home Edition is a chance to everyone in the credit and collection industry to come together and establish best practices in how everyone should be operating and collecting in today’s environment while supporting the heroes who are risking their lives to keep us all safe. It is the quintessential definition of a win-win. Everyone is encouraged to participate.