Goals, games and gamification

November 17th 12 pm ET | 11 am CT Register below!

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Compensation, incentives and total rewards… there are more tools for rewarding your salespeople than ever. Which ones work? How do you know which ones to use? And most importantly, how do you measure their return on investment? In this webinar, we’ll share what really motivates people and drives results.  

Join this webinar to hear Rob Bentley, Associate Partner of Sales Effectiveness at Aon and Mark Hirschfeld, Vice President of Consulting and Strategic Partnerships at BI WORLDWIDE walk through a total sales compensation framework and discuss the tools, trends and rules of measurement you need to help keep your employees inspired and motivated.

Bill Johnson

Vice President, Sales and Channel, BI WORLDWIDE

William Johnson is a Vice President of Sales & Channel Solutions at BI WORLDWIDE. William has been helping companies change behaviors and deliver results for the past 20 years. William has worked with customers, sales managers, reps, distributors, dealers and HR executives in a variety of industries, ranging from telecommunications to financial services, to manufacturing, to food and beverage, to retail. He has leveraged a multitude of unique BI WORLDWIDE strategies and tools (Goal Setting, Gamification, the Rules of Engagement and Behavioral Economics) to drive sales activity and behavior change to drive results.

Lea Sorrentino

Managing Director, Gamification, BI WORLDWIDE

Lea Sorrentino is a Managing Director at BI Worldwide who has worked with clients across industries with a focus on supporting and maximizing consumer/employee engagement, specializing in gamification. Sorrentino has almost ten years of strategy experience servicing notable customers like Atlassian, Cisco, AMD, and Honeywell. 

In addition to strategy, she stays routed in new media advancements as an Adjunct Professor of New Media Arts in Philadelphia. As a mixed media artist and writer who has had the opportunity of exhibiting her artwork nationally and internationally, she was recognized by the Walker Art Center as one of the Top 10 Artists to Watch.

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