While job-related incentives have traditionally been used to boost sales performance in the past, companies are now looking to break the mold with new and ingenious rewards packages such as vacation getaways or the latest in highly coveted gadgets. A new dawn of non-cash incentives is upon us and they’re sexier, more fun, and help employees strike a better work-life balance than previous. Best of all, they’ll keep employees happy and sales at an all time high.
So far we’ve gotten the straight dope(amine) on the biology of motivation in part 1 of the series and learned how to put the power of progress to work for us in part 2.This week we turn to something familiar to all of saleskind - competition. Is there anything better for sales team motivation?
Getting your team excited and pumped up for the week can be a challenge, but everyone wants to start off on the right foot. Granted, not all of us can be Vince Lombardi, but I found that sometimes I don’t have to be to get the job done.
What is the best way to motivate your sales team to perform at peak levels? In this series we break down the science of motivation and give you tips on the best way to create a high performance sales culture that motivates and engages your sales team.
When you've got a growing business, you very likely have a few growing pains in the process as well. Luckily, increasing productivity and streamlining workflows can be as simple as improving communication.
What we see and hear influences how we think, feel, and behave. This is why billboards, posters, and digital ads work so well. These methods have been proven effective, which is why businesses are now looking for ways to motivate and engage their sales teams with digital signage solutions.