Note: Pre-conference workshops require advance registration.
Desktop support involves more than just supporting desktops. It includes support for laptops, notebooks, printers, and just about anything for which the company plans to provide face-to-face desktop support. The desktop support manager is responsible for executing the operational and tactical plans of desktop support, while satisfying customer and business needs.
Designed for both new and experienced desktop support managers, this course helps desktop support managers satisfy operational demands and build a support center that aligns with the organization, adds value to the business, and delivers on its commitments.
Attendees will learn about:
- Characteristics of an effective desktop support manager
- How to create and deliver on service level agreements and operating level agreements
- How to align desktop support services with business strategy, objectives, and processes
- The importance of the relationships among IT service management processes
- Tactics for screening, hiring, training, and leading high-performance teams
- How to create an internal marketing culture to promote your desktop support services
- The metrics and key performance indicators essential to desktop support performance reporting
Who Should Attend
- Experienced technical support professionals who must manage day-to-day functions of desktop support as well as master critical performance, and customer service strategies
- Individuals who are preparing for the HDI Desktop Support Manager certification exam