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Top Dogs

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Top Dogs

Every company needs them; re-seller top dogs. They drive success, they show others how it’s done, they collect the rewards, they stash the cash, they may come to expect the white glove treatment. At the same time, it is becoming clear that incentivizing these star business partners also has a dark side. And it is good for companies that run performance incentive programs for their channel partners to be aware of this.

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5 Myths about B2B Loyalty Programs

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5 Myths about B2B Loyalty Programs

In our conversations with organizations that are assessing B2B loyalty and incentive programs, a number of negative perceptions inevitably surface.

Here are the top 5 myths about loyalty programs and our evidence as to why they simply aren’t true. 

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How enablement drives loyalty

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How enablement drives loyalty

Our research has shown greater loyalty (measured by sales and other valued added behaviours) amongst program participants who are active in enablement tasks, compared to those who are not.  In looking at correlations between those participants who have undertaken enablement tasks, versus those who have not, we have observed three traits....

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Top 10 Predictions for B2B Loyalty Programs in 2017

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Top 10 Predictions for B2B Loyalty Programs in 2017

Our Loyalty Doctors have drawn up their list of Top 10 B2B Loyalty Program Trends for 2017. Augmented reality, Chatbots and cognitive computing will all enter the channel loyalty program arena; so too will sales incentives and the IOT (Internet of Things). For the full list read on..

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The Benefits of Rewarding Valuable Leaders in Your Business

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The Benefits of Rewarding Valuable Leaders in Your Business

In designing employee recognition programs, it is imperative to be very specific about the kind of behaviours that you want your associates to display (and get rewarded for). Many of our clients make the mistake of relating their incentives to broad and generic corporate values. Instead, the specs are important, as they make for easier and more transparent reward criteria. Also, do consider recognizing your operational managers. For many customer-facing employees, their supervisor, team leader or store manager is a role model who they look to for guidance on good practice. 

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