Incentive Travel Services
An Incentive Travel Trip is an opportunity for employees to experience new cultures and go on a once in a lifetime adventure. It is a prize that will push employee performance to new heights and serves as a tremendous loyalty solution for those top achievers who always perform at the top of their game no matter what.
Whether it be Sales Targets reached, or an increase in employee productivity and participation, a travel incentive reward is the reward to implement for exceptional results.
Incentivises Healthy Competition among employees
- Employees will work harder and better to earn their travel reward.
Cost-effective Long-term effects
- Travel is better than offering money as it is an incentive that creates an experience of a lifetime that will be remembered long after the trip is over.
Creates and builds Loyalty to your company
- An Incentive Trip would make employees more dedicated and loyal to the company.
- It helps boost employee morale so that they work harder to reach their targets and improve your company performance.
Fosters strong team relationships
- A shared, and memorable team experience would help strengthen the bond amongst teammates resulting in better communication and teamwork.
Q: Why is communication the heartbeat of an incentive programme?
The best plans are derailed by poor communication. It is important for every participant to know what is expected and how it will be rewarded. Specifically, they must know “how much extra money or what reward will I receive by accomplishing a specific goal?” Your employees must know their own and the company’s objectives, which means that the company’s performance must be communicated throughout so that employees’ expectations for the sales and channel rewards programme align with reality. This doesn’t necessarily mean the company must show their full financials to all employees, but rather a leader board of targets measured against employee performances.
Q: What value do you place on a reward?
Sales and Channel Incentives don’t motivate people unless they see value in the reward. It doesn’t have to be money, but it does need to be meaningful. Rewards have to be desirable to a range of people with different motivations. This is why offering a variety of rewards is a good idea.
Employees can then choose the ones that are relevant to them. It is also important that rewards are fair and that targets are based on employees’ roles, experience, seniority, and any other factors.
Q: What measurement do you put in place to see if your sales and channel incentive programme is effective?
Employees must be measured to determine if they comply with the goals set out in the performance, sales and channel programme. If there is no clear evaluation process, neither you nor the employee will know whether the goal has been met or not. And if you don’t know if the goal was met, then you don’t know if you should receive a reward. The criteria should be clear and measurable.