Top 10 (Bad) Incentive Assumptions

This post from @IncentIntel is timely as we head into silly season: performance and rewards time. I especially liked the two below; communications about incentives are too often treated as a “once and done” event:

3. If the award is valuable enough you don’t need to communicate and remind them of the award opportunity.

5. Top performers don’t need to be reminded of where they stand in the program.

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