Creating Incentive Plans/Programs That Actually Motivate
These unique programs offer a collaborative learning environment that may include presentations from subject matter experts, case studies, and group activities. The highly flexible structure allows us to explore topics creatively, share best practices, and learn from experts and each other to create high-value worksite wellness programs.
5510 Nobel Drive, Suite 200
Fitchburg, WI 53711
Thursday, October 12, 2017
8:15 AM Registration | 8:30- 10:00 AM Program
Incentives may have initially taken the form of the club or whip but luckily, most programs have evolved into something that is, at least, kinder, if not effective. We want employees to be engaged and incentivized but this seems harder and harder to accomplish in today’s multi-generational, short attention spanned, distracted, transitioning workforce. This session will take a look at concepts to create incentive plans/programs that drive engagement and retain and attract talent. Participants will also have the opportunity to share what has and has not worked within their organizations.
- Effective communication: why it should reflect your organization’s brand.
- Organizational goals: Do your employees understand the organization’s mission? Do they know how their job fits in with that mission?
- Survey creation: why a carefully crafted survey can give you the insights you need to design a successful incentive plan/program.
Robyn Adair, MA is a brand builder, storyteller, marketing professional and speaker with more than 20 years of marketing experience. She began her career as a graphic designer, journalist and photographer in the publishing industry. Robyn's current role is Director of Marketing and chief storyteller at Sensia, a Milwaukee-based independent medical provider specializing in corporate healthcare. She is a champion of creating environments and experiences where clients and people thrive. She also coaches track and cross country at Waterford High School. Robyn holds a Master of Arts in Advertising and PR from Marquette University.
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