Syed Balkhi — March 30, 2020 Small businesses (SMBs) need to break out from the start-up phase as quickly as possible. Normally that happens when you hit a certain revenue level which is challenging if you’ve only got one income stream. To break through that number, consider using affiliate marketing to generate new income without … Continue reading How Affiliate Programs Can Boost SMB Bottom Lines
Victor Snyder — February 20, 2020 Employee training programs are a serious issue today. The job market is strong, and with less talent out there competing for each position, job seekers can afford to be choosey. Companies are coming to realize that their employees are their biggest assets. It’s worth investing in employee retention to … Continue reading How to Measure the Effectiveness of Your Company’s Employee Training Programs
Vince Chiofolo — October 7, 2019 A sales incentive program – like every business initiative – is an orchestra of strategy, creativity, and process, all harmonizing together to align a system with an overall set of goals. Usually, in channel sales programs, these goals are fairly clear cut. Chiefly: make more indirect sales. To get … Continue reading Setting Smart Objectives in Channel Partner Incentive Programs
Arik Hanson — October 5, 2019 Employee social advocacy programs are having a moment. Come to think of it, they’ve been having a moment for a while now. Fact is, more companies are globbing on to this trend–and, for good reason. According to the Edelman Trust Barometer, the most trusted relationship people have right now … Continue reading Are Employee Social Advocacy Programs at Direct Odds With Your Personal Brand?
Erin Dore Miller — October 3, 2019 Free-Photos / Pixabay When you’re facing a major challenge, it’s sometimes really tough to identify a solution. I know this is true in life, but it’s also true in business. Nearly every client we speak with tells us that recruiting and hiring is their major challenge right now. … Continue reading Employee Referral Programs Are a No-Brainer
Torrey Dye — June 21, 2019 — June 21, 2019 How do you decide which accounts you should pursue right now, and which can rest for a couple of quarters? What’s the most efficient way to structure your ABM programs so you can maximize results without leaving money on the table? Whether you run your … Continue reading How to Segment & Tier Target Accounts for Your Active ABM Programs
Janet Fouts — April 9, 2019 Follow @jfouts — April 9, 2019 In a recent report from the Harvard Business School (The Caring Company) less than 25% of employers say that being a caregiver impacts the performance of employees. Wow, that’s simply obtuse when over 80% of employees surveyed said that caregiving had impacted … Continue reading Employee Benefits Programs Missing the Mark?
Torrey Dye — March 28, 2019 — March 28, 2019 How Our Dynamic Account-Based Programs Fit Into the TEAM Framework We’re often asked how we structure our account-based programs, and to be honest, it’s been a work in progress. We’ve spent years testing, measuring, and evaluating to continually dial-in our strategy. Eventually, we concluded that … Continue reading How to Run Dynamic Account-Based Programs
Rick Lepsinger — December 27, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — December 27, 2018 089photoshootings / Pixabay Incentive programs are powerful tools to motivate and engage team members. Compensation such as stock options, pensions, and bonuses push your employees towards top performance (as does their regular salary) as well as other incentives such as free or low … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Employee Incentive Programs
Rick Lepsinger — August 14, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — August 14, 2018 ar130405 / Pixabay Organizations invest a great deal of time, effort, and money into their leadership development programs. It stands to reason, then, that they would like to know whether or not these programs are actually functioning as intended. Ongoing evaluation and reassessment … Continue reading How to Tell if Your Leadership Development Programs Are Working