Tag: Incentives

by Megan Seamans November 26, 2018

A Little [Healthy] Competition Transforms Individuals into Superstars

In any team, there are top, middle, and bottom performers. Although contests are great for motivating every tier to do their best, the bottom performers are going to get demotivated after seeing the same people win week after week. This is why that contests need a makeover -- they shouldn’t be just about wins. Here are some ways that you can use contests to motivate more than just the best people on your team week to week.

by Megan Seamans October 8, 2018

Trends at Dreamforce 2018

In the world of technology, changes are being made almost daily. That’s why going to a conference as large as Dreamforce each year offers a unique opportunity to see first hand the trends that arise. This year, LevelEleven had many great conversations about where the Salesforce landscape is currently and where people see it going. We have gathered three of the biggest trends from #DF18 and here’s what they mean for you:

by James Gardikas March 15, 2018

How to Build the Perfect LevelEleven Sales Contest

When done right, LevelEleven sales contests garner notoriety from the executive table to the bullpen. But, to create a sales contest that wins the hearts of your salespeople, sales managers and executive team, you need to consider all of the factors that impact its success. If you’re a front line Sales Manager looking to build the

by Julie Dunn March 10, 2017

17 sales incentives inspired by St. Patrick’s Day

Sales incentives don’t always cost a lot of money. And they shouldn’t have to. The value of sales incentives is that they recognize your team’s hard work, which is a powerful source of motivation. It’s simple: When reps feel like an important part of your team, they work harder. Because motivation is so important in

by Julie Dunn February 20, 2017

20 presidential sales incentives under $45

Do you ever get tired of using the same old sales incentives? Your sales team probably does. That’s why it’s important to utilize various sources of sales motivation. And no, that doesn’t mean spending even more money on incentives. You have to get creative. Take inspiration from national holidays, company initiatives or local happenings. In

by Sarah Van Caster February 6, 2017

Combine sales incentives with machine learning to increase sales

In the U.S alone, thirty-eight million people start their day by eagerly fastening a device to their wrist that isn’t for fashion or keeping time. It’s a fitness tracker. And these little gadgets have swept the nation. People love having instant access to their performance, activities and goals; they enjoy tracking their progress throughout the