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3 Mechanisms for sustained sales and service productivity in 2021

Join the live session Thursday, November 19th at 1 PM ET

For many companies, a positive side-effect of moving to work from home, was improved sales and service employee productivity. Most business leaders however agree it’s not sustainable. As employees settle into their new work routines, they will feel less pressure to perform and issues with misalignment and engagement will become common.

Join our webinar, to learn about the 3 mechanisms that will ensure your sales and service teams stay highly productive throughout 2021 - wherever they work from. During the session, Tal Valler, Director of Global Marketing at Centrical, will host award winning organizational psychologist Dr. Eyal Ronen, and Cindy Mielke, Certified Professional of Incentive Management and Director of Channel Marketing at Tango Card, who will share:

  • How to avoid slumps in productivity as employees settle into their new work routines
  • What data tells us about the types of incentives that work for sustained motivation
  • What tools ensure managers keep employees accountable, wherever they work.
  • How Real-time feedback can create focus and maintain performance over time

Save your spot and join the live session from this link.

About the speakers

Dr. Eyal Ronen is an entrepreneur, an executive coach, a trainer, an award winning global speaker. He has helped to support the growth of hundreds of companies through the practical application of psychology at work,. Dr. Ronen is an Organizational Psychologist, who earned his Ph.D. at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He is the founder of Sensemakers, an international firm specializing in Executive Coaching and Leadership.

Cindy Mielke is Tango Card's Director of Channel Marketing - Incentives and a Certified Professional of Incentive Management. Her passion is helping teammates, clients, and partners achieve incentive and recognition program success. A strong advocate for the incentive industry, Cindy was awarded the Karen Renk Fellowship and inducted into the Hall of Fame by the Incentive Marketing Association (IMA) in 2019. She currently serves on the board of the Incentive and Engagement Solutions Providers council of the IMA.

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