Here’s a comprehensive list of easy and effective incentive ideas for your team.
After the end of the incentive program, it’s essential to evaluate how successful it was. Did you achieve the desired results? One of the most effective methods of evaluating the effectiveness of your program, in addition to looking at your own observations and feedback, is to seek out feedback from the administrators and reps in the program. You must ensure that your instructions were clearly communicated and in the appropriate timeframes and that the rewards were appealing and stimulated enthusiasm and motivation, as well as that your team members were able to feel supported and confident enough to tackle the challenges that were presented. The program also increased morale, teamwork as well as creativity and energy, and so on.
What were the shortcomings, If there were any? Did the program fulfill or exceed those who participated? Of course, it is important to take into account the impact on sales. One thing that shouldn’t be neglected is whether there could have been an external influence you didn’t have influence over. For instance, has your industry seen an increase in prices? Did the service or product brand new, or has there been a long-standing public awareness and appreciation for it? Did you notice any shifts in the advertising campaigns of the company? These issues can be divided into distinct areas, including goals, budgets, or administration. In each of these areas, determine what was successful and what wasn’t to have a concrete record of guiding you in the development of an incentive plan for your future.
Movie day – bring popcorn.
Be part of the softball city team.
You can watch the professional team play
Let the CEO address the sales team
Invite a comedian to your sales training.
A fun, non-sensical joke that is harmless and funny.
A joke of the day before an event
Take-out orders can be brought in to reps who will be staying up late
Free lunch included for the very first day’s sale
VM broadcasts about a person’s personal achievement
Socials for the Company
Ice cream social
Customer appreciation day
Bring in donuts
The company newsletter on the achievements of the week
Costume up as Santa and give out presents
Thanksgiving or any other holiday celebration
Best phone demeanor
The most creative close
The week with the best sales
Most effective player for the team
The majority of cold calls
New clients make up the majority
Best customer service
Notes or emails
FedEx Special Note
Personal pat on the back
Participate as a trainer in a meeting
Meeting to set goals for personal development
A personal phone call from the CEO
Simple compliments such as:
I trust your faith.
You made my day.
Thank you for your support:
I’m proud of your achievements.
Very well done.
I was sure you could achieve it.
I believe in you.
I’m the biggest fan of yours.
Gentle gestures, such as…
Pat in the rear
Everyday contact with praise
They can take their children to school on the very first day
Free calls on cell phones
Plaque of motivation
Health club membership
Take CEO’s car to work during the duration of
T-shirt/Hat with logo
Parking space with special design
Photo of CEO with
Porsche for weekend
A Man’s Thoughts
the seven habits of highly successful people
Swim with the Sharks
How to win friends and influence people
The Force of Your Subconscious Mind
Think and become Rich
the Magic of Thinking Big
Remember the Titans
Chariots of Fire
Field of Dreams
Monsieur. Holland’s Opus
The Right Stuff
Learn the Secrets to Manifesting Your Destiny
Leap into the Field
Unleash the Power Within
Psychological aspects of Selling
Present with Power
The Strangest Secret
The Science of Personal Achievement
How to Win Psychology of Winning
Upgrading to First Class
Local hotel and dinner
Limo to airport
Miles for free to fly
Hotel suite upgrade
Tickets to the lottery
Restaurant gift certificates
Go with the family of the rep’s dinner
Gift certificates for department stores
Movie rental gift certificate
Gift certificate to the Bookstore
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