DaveGreen
Arsonist
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Head of Sales
Free lunch for everyone that booked meetings, closed deals or reached their KPIs on the previous Mondayย 
Ace
Arsonist
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CEO
I'd like to see a weekly stand up or townhall meetings where certain topics are discussed. Could be anything ranging from cashflow issues to challenges brainstorming
Salespreuner
Big Shot
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Regional Sales Director
That's cool. Helps set the week on right note, too ๐Ÿ™Œ
Brbman01
Opinionated
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Account Executive
I once worked at a place where our manager would hit the phones with the SDRs Monday mornings. Seems kind of silly but getting out on the front lines got the team to hit the ground running with him.
braintank
Politicker
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Enterprise Account Executive
More meetings isn't the answer. If you want to motivate your team offer them some kind of Monday spiff.
CuriousFox
WR Officer
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Senior Account Executive
Or a free pass to the next meeting. I swear we have entirely too many. And they're all repetitive.ย 
JuicyKlay
Politicker
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AM
Starting a new weekly sales contest to get the team fired up and competitive.ย 
goose
Politicker
1
Sales Executive
No meetings. ย Just let people get to work. ย Save the meetings for Tuesday.
slaydie
Politicker
1
Account Executive
nothing, just let people do their work. SPIFF is a good way to motivate or send people a coffee or something
Salespreuner
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Regional Sales Director
Absolutely. Could make minds clear and fresh too that way
Tom4220
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Senior Cloud Sales
Not working..... 4 day working week. In return for the team increasing output Tuesday to Friday.
Salespreuner
Big Shot
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Regional Sales Director
Love that approach. Wish this gets in sooner
beerisforclosers
Politicker
1
Account Manager
No internal meetings. I love a no internal meetings day. LOVE.
Salespreuner
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Regional Sales Director
Wish I could join that league of yours, too
MaSaaSter
Opinionated
1
US BD Lead
Best way to motivate an SDR team is to tell them that the number of Spiffs you obtain over the course of the quarter will be taken into considerations for promotions. I know when I was an SDR, if you told me I could do XYZ to get promoted faster, I would do it in a heartbeat. At the end of the day, no one wants to be an SDR, so anything you can offer to get out of that, I imagine they would be into it.ย 

Or, offer WFH days as the spiff. If they hit their goal or the spiff, they can work the remainder of the week from home. Then they can decide if they want to use that time at home as a "day off", or if they will continue to work (or come into the office), they have proven themselves as a good candidate for promotion.ย 
Salespreuner
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Regional Sales Director
This is a right take and if used will provide great results from SDR team too. Perfect Strategy. Thanks
Haast
Notorious Answer
1
Account Executive
Always reward people with things they want. You'll probably have to have the icebreaking and brainstorming sessions on your time.ย 
Salespreuner
Big Shot
0
Regional Sales Director
Yes. I can vouch for this one and works wonders
Finesy
Valued Contributor
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Account Representative III
Marketing that goes out over the weekend creating leads for Monday morning.ย 

if anyone makes me do an icebreaker on a Monday with a cross functional team then Iโ€™m gonna be โ€œsickโ€ most Mondayโ€™s or start scheduling all my client meetings for mondays.ย 
Salespreuner
Big Shot
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Regional Sales Director
I hear you, Amen!
ExtremeVibeChecker44
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Inside Sales
Cannot reiterate how little I would want to do an icebreaker. The company is already wasting enough of my time with pointless internal meanings. I care about my quota, not Jessica's weekend.
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Just got promoted to team lead and my manager is asking me to motivate the team to hit their KPI's. Any tips on this since no one likes the KPI chat, including me.

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