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Here is a long list of effective and simple incentives for your team. At the conclusion of an incentive program, it is important to assess how successful it was. Did you get the results you wanted? One of the best ways to judge the program's effectiveness, besides considering your own observations, is to get feedback from the reps and administrators involved. You want to be sure that your directions were communicated clearly and at the right intervals, that the rewards were appealing and sparked interest and drive, that your team members felt supported and prepared to take on the challenges being presented, that the program boosted morale, team effort, energy and creativity, etc. What were the weaknesses, if any? Did the program meet or fall short of participants' expectations? And of course, you must consider the bottom line impact on sales. Another important thing that cannot be overlooked is whether there may have been any outside influence that you did not have any control over. For example, has the industry experienced an increase in pricing? Was the product or service new, or has there been longstanding consumer awareness and recognition of it? Have there been any fluctuations in the company's marketing campaigns? All of these questions can basically be broken down into different areas, such as goals, budget or administration. In each area, identify what worked and what didn't so you have concrete information to help you develop your next incentive program. Group Building

Movie day - bring popcornWater-skiing/Lake tripJoin the city softball teamGo watch a professional team sportMiniature golfVolunteer opportunitiesCold-calling contestWork-at-home weekHave the CEO address the sales staffRacecar contestBring in a comedian for sales trainingFun, harmless practical jokesJoke of the day to start a meetingBring in take-out for reps staying lateLaser tagRopes courseBowlingFree lunch for the first sale of the dayVM broadcast about someone's personal successCompany Olympics Company Socials LuauFiestaIce cream socialBarbequePizza partyCustomer appreciation dayFour-day weekendBring in donutsCompany newsletter about the success of the weekDress up like Santa and hand out giftsThanksgiving or other holiday party Esteem Building/Awards Best phone demeanorBest dresserMost creative closeBest sales weekMost improvedBest team playerMost cold callsMost new clientsBest customer serviceTop attitudeSpecial note or emailTelegramFedEx special noteThank-you cardPersonal pat on backLead part of a training meetingPersonal goal-setting meetingSuggestion box Personal call from CEO Simple compliments like:


You're incredible.You're a good:I believe in you.Great job!You made my day.Hug.Thank you for :I'm proud of you.Perfect.You're awesome!Well Done.Great!Excellent!I knew you could do it.I trust you.Spectacular!Outstanding!I'm your biggest fan. Friendly gestures like... SmileWarm

handshakePat on

the back

Individual Building Daily contact with praiseLet them off to take their children to school on the first dayFree calls on company cell phonesMotivational plaqueHealth club membershipLotto wheelDrive CEO's car for the weekShirt/Hat with logoSpecial parking spotPhoto with CEORemodel officeDisneyland tripPorsche for weekend Personal DevelopmentBooks As a Man Thinketh The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Swim With the Sharks How to Win Friends and Influence People Maximum Influence The Power of Your Subconscious Mind Think and Grow Rich Psycho-Cybernetics The Magic of Thinking Big Learned Optimism Videos Remember the Titans Miracle Rocky Chariots of Fire Apollo 13 Field of Dreams Mr. Holland's Opus Seabiscuit The Right Stuff The Rookie Audios The Secrets to Manifesting Your Destiny Lead the Field Unleash the Power Within


The Psychology of Selling Magnetic Persuasion Present with Power The Strangest Secret Exponential Success The Science of Personal Achievement The Psychology of Winning Travel Incentives Hawaii

Upgrade to first class

Local hotel with dinner

Limo to airport

Las Vegas

Bermuda

Cancun

Caribbean cruise

Free miles to fly

Tahiti

Hotel suite upgrade

Australia Monetary Rewards Large-screen TV


Computer DVD player $100 bill Lottery tickets Restaurant gift certificates Cashews Take the rep's family to dinner Department store gift certificate Movie rental gift certificate Costco certificate Bookstore gift certificate New suit

Kurt MortensenÂ’s trademark is Magnetic Persuasion; rather than convincing others, he teaches that you should attract them, just like a magnet attracts metal filings. He teaches that sales have changed and the consumer has become exponentially more skeptical and cynical within the last five years. Most persuaders are using only 2 or 3 persuasion techniques when there are actually 120 available! His message and program has helped thousands and will help you achieve unprecedented success in both your business and personal life. If you are ready to claim your success and learn what only the ultra-prosperous know, begin by going to http://www.PreWealth.com and getting my free report "10 Mistakes That Continue Costing You Thousands." After reading my free report, go to http://www.PreWealth.com/IQ and take the free Persuasion IQ analysis to determine where you rank and what area of the sales cycle you need to improve in order to close every sale!

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