Tag training

Ant or Grasshopper? Time to Choose

2020 has gone on too long. I feel like I’ve burned up 12 months of angst, anger and energy in only 6 months. It is tough – and I’m not nearly as affected as many. I can’t imagine the effort… Continue Reading →

Keep Calm, Wash Your Hands, and Train on Virtual Meetings

Yes this post is somewhat opportunistic.  But then again, I write daily and I have to use the raw material in front of me for ideas. It isn’t easy coming up with something interesting AND brilliant every day. Trust me…. Continue Reading →

Can You Answer This Question?

When you saw that headline did you click through? If you’re reading this then you did.  And that’s what I wanted. Engagement. I didn’t need to promise you a rose garden or a gift card. I just asked if you… Continue Reading →

A/B/C Testing – Something – Nothing – Something Else

Incentives are not always the answer. Sometimes people don’t know how to do it or they are afraid to do it. That’s a training issue. Sometimes people don’t know what to do. That is a communication and clarity issue. Sometimes… Continue Reading →

Formula for Incentive Program Success

Tell me what you want you want/need done and ensure I understand you.  Tell/teach me to do what you want and ensure I understand you. Make sure there is a reason to do it and help me personally connect to… Continue Reading →

Knowing How to Sell Doesn’t Drive Sales

Every company trains their salespeople to follow specific sales strategies. Whether it is Challenger, Sandler, Paul Hebert, whomever and whatever. Every company has a process. Every company has heavily invested in the trainers, the books, the updating salesforce.com. They obviously… Continue Reading →

Employee Engagement Isn’t an Employee Engagement Problem

I know I said a few weeks back I wouldn’t post again about employee engagement. Technically I said I wouldn’t post on the importance of employee engagement and this is a post about how to actually increase engagement which is… Continue Reading →

The Only 2 Incentives You Really Have to Think About

If I had a nickel for every time someone asked me “what incentive should I run to help me grow my business?” I’d have enough nickels to buy something really expensive. If I had a dollar for every time I’d… Continue Reading →

Are You Prepared to Stand Out?

We like hanging around people that are just like us. It’s comfortable and easy. But unfortunately, that can be boring as well. When I was first promoted to manager I was young and like most newly promoted managers I had… Continue Reading →

© 2020 Incentive Intelligence — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑