July 14, 2016 | By Mike Ryan
Whether it’s for an employee recognition or a sales incentive program, communications set the stage for success. They foster an actionable understanding of what the program’s goals and objects are; they encourage participation, drive performance and help celebrate achievements.
So what are the best practices for creating communications that serve both your program and its participants on a continuous basis?
In this month’s White Paper, we explore:
How to redefine the art of continuous communications
Why communications should be an ongoing activity
Using a broad mix of media to keep messages authentic and purposeful
Leveraging social recognition to encourage communication