Thu, May 2, 2019 2:00 PM EDT
are many steps to designing a successful incentive program, but if the rewards
themselves are inappropriate, all the other work will have been wasted.
webcast explored the various types of incentive rewards — merchandise, gift cards or
branded currency, travel — and looks at scenarios where each works best,
whether as the sole award or in combination with others.
Andrea Doyle, senior editor, Northstar Meetings Group
Allan Schweyer, chief academic advisor, Incentive Research Foundation
Allan has been engaged in human capital management consulting, research and training for more than twenty years. As Chief Academic Advisor for the Incentive Research Foundation, he is responsible for conducting original research into questions of motivation and the effectiveness of incentives and rewards. Allan also produces the IRF Academic Quarterly Journal, is a member of the Compensation & Benefits Review Board, and maintains working relationships with more than 50 researchers in the field from around the world.
Allan is a popular speaker on topics ranging from the design of reward and incentive programs to employee engagement and performance. He is the author of three books and hundreds of papers, articles and book chapters.
Mike Donnelly, president, Hinda Incentives
Mike Donnelly, President of Hinda Incentives is a 35‐year veteran of the incentives, recognition, engagement, and loyalty industries. Mike is responsible for all leadership aspects of Hinda, including sales, marketing, product development, strategic direction, and operations. Incentive Magazine recently name Mike one of the top 25 most influential people in the industry. He has also received numerous industry honors, is a CPIM, and a board member of the Incentive Federation and the Incentive Marketing Association.
Mike and his Hinda team are continuously working on the future of engaging rewards, as well as online innovative tools that keep sales, channel partners, employees and customers engaged with client programs. Hinda has grown faster under Mike’s leadership than at any time in their nearly 50 year history.