Sales team incentive ideas

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Sales team incentive ideas
The sales department is one of the most important departments of a company. (golden sales image by Alessia from

Sales positions are one of the top driving forces in maintaining a successful business and can be very rewarding careers. Although sales positions are usually independent, some companies employ several sales people as a part of a team to achieve an overall goal together. Sales team incentives are a proactive approach to provide extra motivation and build professional camaraderie when the sales team reaches goals.

Team Dinner Party

Dinner parties are social events held to honour and celebrate any occasion. Holding a celebratory dinner party at a nice local restaurant to recognise the efforts of the sales team is an incentive to present your sales team when they reach a significant goal. You can give out special recognition and awards at dinner to salute any outstanding performances within the team.

Extra Vacation Hours and Paid Time Off

Extra vacation hours or paid time off are other incentive ideas to present to sales teams working towards a goal. The time off can be given to all the team members and usually has to be cleared by the human resources department so the information can be logged.

Company Merchandise

Company merchandise such as watches, golf clubs, inscribed glasses, key chains and apparel that has the company logo is another sales team incentive idea. Keep the range of merchandise broad so that it meets the size of the objective at hand.

Lunch Hour Massages

Lunch hour massages are a relaxing and pampering incentive for members of a sales team. Hire a masseuse to set up a massage station in a vacant conference room or office where they can give a 30 or 60 minute massages to sales team members during their lunch breaks.

Team Retreat

A team retreat is an educational and motivational sales team incentive idea. Plan a retreat over the course of a weekend at a hotel or other lodging facility. While in attendance at the retreat, give employees time to relax and participate in team building activities and workshops. Retreats are a constructive way to build team camaraderie and re-energise morale.

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