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Pampered Chef: Incentives for monthly top peformers

  1. Kelly8

    Kelly8 Advanced Member

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    Hey all!
    I am wondering if anyone has any good ideas that they use or their directors have used to recognize top performers for the month. In 2009 I got the top performer a gift. That did get to be a little bit of a pain to always be searching for a gift. Any ideas...:confused:
     
    Jan 13, 2010
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  2. gailz2

    gailz2 Senior Member Gold Member

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    I did receive a PC bag as the top performer from my director, and it was very much appreciated. Monthly we just get ribbons.
     
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  3. pamperedpals

    pamperedpals Senior Member Gold Member

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    I am going to use an extra apron I have and give it to the person who was top in sales the month prior at our team meetings. Whomever it top performer will be able to sign their name and wear it all of their show's for the next month.
     
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  4. raebates

    raebates Legend Member Staff Member

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    My director gives a $5 gift card to the person with top sales each month. She's gotten them from various restaurants. Sometimes she has them from office supply stores.
     
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  5. chefheidi2003

    chefheidi2003 Senior Member Gold Member

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    My director gives us little tokens..then the month before conference we can redeem them..if you go to conference the are good for $2 cash for each 1 that you have..if you don't go to conference they are pretty much worth $0.50 each in PC Dollars..so you get $1 PC Dollars for every 2 tokens..and she just makes the tokens out of paper.

    She does that for

    Highest Sales
    Most Shows
    Highest Average..but you have to have at least 4 shows.
    Most Bookings.

    And I think I am missing one but I can't think of it.
     
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  6. crystalscookingnow

    crystalscookingnow Senior Member Gold Member

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    I'm planning to do "Crystal Cash" for my team. They can redeem as they go for supply order items or save it towards a gift card/something at conference. I haven't gotten all of the details worked out yet but our next meeting isn't until Feb. 6 so I have time. :)
     
  7. chefjeanine

    chefjeanine Legacy Member Gold Member

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    We get a $5 movie card and a package of microwave popcorn when we have a $1000 show.

    In the past, my director had done a 5-star Reward program. If you get 5 stars, you get a $10 gift certificate or $10 for National Conference (cash).

    The 3 required categories are 4 shows, $1500 in sales, attend cluster meeting.

    The optional categories (to get your last 2 stars) were:
    • Turn in your goal planner
    • Qualify with 4 shows during your first 30 days
    • Earn any level of recruit bonus during your first 90 days
    • 6 or more shows received at Home Office
    • $3000 or more in personal Sales
    • $450 or better Show Average
    • Each $1000 Cooking Show
    • Each new personal recruit
    • Each new qualified personal recruit
    • Demo a recipe at the cluster meeting
    • Bring a potential consultant as a guest to a cluster meeting
    • Send in a fundraiser
    • Beat your Director in personal sales, # of shows held or show average
    • Reach $15,000 in Career Sales
    • Reach a new Career Club Level
    • Promote to next level
    • Attend National Conference
    • Attend any other meeting sponsored by Home Office
    • Participate in a tele-class or online course from Consultant’s Corner
     
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  8. Patty Davis

    Patty Davis Member

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    We do "Conference Cash" for different things. Same as above, plus recruiting, 30-day bonuses, and $1K shows. Dollar for dollar if you go to conference, 1/2 if you don't.
     
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  9. Kelly8

    Kelly8 Advanced Member

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    Wow these are all great ideas! Thanks ladies!
     
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  10. Chef Kearns

    Chef Kearns Legacy Member Gold Member

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    For awhile we did "If you submitted a show last month" you got a minature Payday bar. "If you recruited someone" you got a small pack of M&Ms because you're gonna make More Money. And there were a few others. I don't remember now. That is an inexpensive way to break into a recognition program.
     
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  11. PCJenni

    PCJenni Veteran Member

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    I have a whole rewards system top sales and recruiting each month gets a gift. Anything from candles, gift cards, office supplies, pc logo stuff, products, spices etc.
     
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  12. Chef Kearns

    Chef Kearns Legacy Member Gold Member

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    PCJenni can you post the details of your system?
     
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  13. Kelly8

    Kelly8 Advanced Member

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    PC Jenni, that's currently what I am doing but I wanted something that I didn't have to go looking for things each month. I guess I want something very simple and easy to follow, and something that the cluster members want and know that if they're top performer they're going to get.
     
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  14. Sheila

    Sheila Legend Member Gold Member

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    You can actually call Merrill & order business cards with your downline's personal info too! :D I do that every time a new recruit qualifies, I buy them 500 business cards to help them advertise & get their business up & off the ground.

    Or think about logo stuff ... catalog tote, clothing, etc. Anything to help them advertise will help them AND help you! ;)

    ETA - or, depending on how much you want to spend, advertising for their car!!! :D
     
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  15. urbnk8

    urbnk8 Member

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    My director has a basket of smaller things (pks. of postcard invites, SB cookbooks, Pampered Chef post-its, shower invites, etc...mostly business tools) For every $1000 in sales you did the previous month, you get one pick out of the basket.

    She also just starting doing a prize drawing for "Going Green". When we hit $150 sales in the month, our numbers turn Green in Consultant Connection. The earlier in the month we go "Green", the more tickets we get for the drawing.
     
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  16. jterre

    jterre Member

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    I know this is a little late, but my director does "E Dollars"!
    Her name is Ellengton and she has several different levels to turn in your edollar and what you can earn varies from products to supplies to even a flat screen tv. She gives them for all kinds of reasons, attending cluster, participating at cluster, $1000 in sales, and several more. Our cluster seems to be fun and really enjoy working to get edollars!!
     
    Feb 5, 2010
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  17. cmdtrgd

    cmdtrgd Legacy Member Gold Member

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    How many edollars for a flat screen?!?
     
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