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Contact Center Art, how a SP experiences stress - Juhani Kaariainen - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Contact Center Art, how a SP experiences stress

Hi and welcome to my Contact Center Art blog.

I am a Swedish-Finnish Support Professional since 1998.  Yes, 13 years in this business has been an interesting walkthrough because everyone who works in a modern Contact Center is a kind of pioneer.


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There has certainly been some kind of support through the history but I think that this profession with  modern outsourcing dimension is a quite new experience in human history. Anyway, who has seen "pure" Contact Center Art with their own eyes.

I am an amateur artist who likes good old canvas. I have painted about 15 oil paintings which should give, present,  a pretty good view of Contact Center enviroment. The visual language I use is symbolism with a touch of surrealism. You can see my collection here: www.contactcenterart.com  These paintings reflect group dymamics within my teams i.e. every subject represent my colleague from their own point of view. Difficult? Yes but I simply asked what symbol represents just you...  within each painting framework :)

Would be interesting to see what my "art-colleagues" have painted. Is there Contact Center Art or am I alone? Hopefully this blog gives inspiration to you my fellow artists. Welcome to start your own cultural blog here on Mr Raj Wadhwani's great forum! And... let me know if you'll find any online galleries.

 

 

Wish you kind thoughts!

Juhani Kaariainen, Sweden

Publish Date: January 24, 2010 4:27 AM

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