24 Jul Create a meeting that is more than just a “day off”
Did you know that 68.5% of the U.S. workforce is disengaged? That’s why you should start planning your meetings with a specific purpose in mind. A great tip is to get closer to your CEO, find what are the main worries for him or her and work on those. Effective meetings increase communication, belonging and give your attendees a solid answer to why did they gather in the first place.
Engagement is another key point. Make sure your attendees see your event as an exciting experience. You can implement technology by using apps to keep people engaged during and after the event.
Motivation is cantagious. A great speaker that genuinely believes in your business goals and values will guarantee a higher engagement rate and will feed a positive culture.
Know your participants. Not all teams work the same way, that´s why you can’t guess what will work. You must rely on real data and psychology of the participants.
Incentive programs can improve performance by 22 percent. This result depends on how much can the event influence in motivating attendees: Ability x Motivation = Performance.
Here are the steps to design an effective incentive program:
1- Determine objectives.
2- Analyze the audience.
3- Fact finding & Audience Involvement.
4- Create Rules, Structure and Budget.
5- Stablish the rules for rewards.
6- Communicate the program.
7- Track results.
8- Give the stablished rewards.
10- Celebrate success.
In your experience what are the key factors to creating an effective incentive program? We would love to read your opinion.
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