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Full Circle Motivation Comments On Recent Chicago Booth Business School Research And Introduces Its Own Findings Based on 27 Years In The Incentive Programmes Industry

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Professor Michael Gibbs, an economics professor at the Chicago Booth School of Business, has published research in World at Work Journal (Fourth quarter) entitled Designing Incentive Plans: New Insights From Academic Research which shows that, to be effective, incentive programmes must be rooted in effective and accurate evaluation and reward. At this point, Victor Tardieu […]

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Full Circle Comments On Communication, Staff Empowerment & Niall DeLacy’s Latest Statement “Get It Wrong And You Create A Climate Of Confusion, Uncertainty And Apathy”

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“Communications empowers your people and fuels your organisation” according to a recent HuffPost Business article by Niall DeLacy, HR Director at Procter and Gamble. “Get it wrong and you create a climate of confusion, uncertainty and apathy. Get it right and you enjoy the benefits of a passionate, dedicated and driven workforce”. DeLacy asserts that […]

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FSA: Retail Financial Services Must Get Sales Incentive Programmes Right

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The Financial Services Authority / Financial Conduct Authority has finally confirmed that its tougher rules on sales incentives will apply to firms and networks providing financial advice, including investment management. It has never been more important for banks and other financial institutions to review their incentive programmes, making sure they are delivering the best possible […]

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Financial Times Report Suggests Companies Should Use Employee Recognition And Coaching In Order To Increase Sales

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A supportive, recognition and coaching-oriented style of management may be the way forward for bosses who want to unleash potential in their staff and improve their business. An article in the Financial Times, reports that an insurance company’s directors noticed performance variations between different teams and wished to open up untapped potential by ensuring that […]

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Full Circle Motivation Showcases its New Online Recognition and Reward System

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Our direct recognition system is the fast, effective and fun way to recognise and reward outstanding employee performance (and increase employee satisfaction, loyalty and retention). It is simple to use, low cost and enhances communities with its exciting recognition presentation. Its the customisable system which: increases employee satisfaction, loyalty and retention; stimulates key behaviours which […]

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Full Circle Motivation Reviews The Latest CIPD Report Which Showed That Increased Staff Recognition Means Increased Performance And Increased ROI

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The Chartered Institute of Personnel’s Annual Reward Management Survey found that, 41 per cent of the firms sampled were running staff recognition schemes and 31 per cent were offering employees non-cash rewards. “However, even non-monetary schemes have financial implications or firms wouldn’t bother to run them,” comments Victor Tardieu of Full Circle Motivation. So do […]

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Full Circle Motivation Is Piloting A New, Low Cost, Electronic Recognition System Designed To Ease The Passage Between Performance Measurement And Performance

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Full Circle Motivation has developed a new online recognition system which provides businesses with a low cost, electronic means of recognising performance and with back-end analytics, businesses are able to overlay results onto sales, morale, attendance, sick days etc. Perhaps the most interesting effect is what Cranfield University’s Andrey Pavlov calls ‘intensification’ – that the […]

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Full Circle Motivation Launches Its New Unique Tool For Sales Incentive Business – An ROI Calculator And Investment Budget Breakdown

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The new Full Circle Motivation ROI Calculator for the sales incentive market, is a unique tool in providing estimates of output in advance once the following information has been input: Present company turnover (as a benchmark), Number of participants, Target turnover increase. The new calculator will then provide five outputs including: the likely budget expenditure […]

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FCA gets tough on sales incentive programmes that promote mis-selling

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has followed up on guidance issued by the FSA in 2011 (which highlighted weaknesses in 20 of the financial institutions surveyed and further pointed to the importance of combining a sales incentive with optimum customer service) by imposing its biggest ever fine on Lloyds TSB, Halifax and Bank of Scotland […]