Why is it important to recognize salesman of the year? Anyone that has worked in sales knows it’s a challenge. There are good days and very hard days. You must stay motivated all year long.
When your team faces tougher days, you want the motivation to stay high. Commission is a common motivator, but we’re all motivated by more than just money.
A few motivators other than commission include recognition and awards. The pressure and desire to win can impact your team in a positive way. High performing salesmen will push forward to compete for this achievement. Recognition for a job well done can be a basic human desire as we all want to feel appreciated. We have many different awards to compliment your salesman of the year other than saying “good job!”.
Holidays are a time to show others how much you appreciate them. Especially a personalized gift. Not only do you show the person you went out of your way to personalize their gift but it’s unique and will be treasured for years to come.
At Alpha Specialities we help our clients create something special that will wow their team, clients, suppliers, and anyone else on their special gift. Our goal is to help you show the recipient that you wanted to give them something thoughtful and one-of-a-kind. It’s the perfect solution for those on your list that are impossible to shop for.
Do you have a favorite childhood memory? After 30, 40, or 50 plus years do you still think about that cherishable moment? An experience as a child can leave an impression that will last a lifetime.
Children learn so much about good sportsmanship from their coaches and parents. Good sportsmanship is something they will use their entire life when learned early.
Developing good sportsmanship is more about just winning and losing, it’s about working together as a team, how to behave when dealing with successes or losses. Sportsmanship will impact how a child acts off the field, in so many other situations.
Kids take pride in receiving an award, either first, second, or even just participation, an award means so much to a child who has put work into enjoying an activity. It’s a chance to make friends, learn, experience challenges, and do their best!