Susan Adams, Vice President, Engagement Strategy at Next Level Performance, provided key insights into the IRR Market Report 2024 published by the Rewards Recognition Network. In full, the article compiles the insights of executives from 14 companies about the incentives, rewards, and recognition market in 2024. Susan spoke on growth in the industry in a dispersed workforce, in times of …
Rapid Recovery Driving Pressures and Expectations Susan Adams—Vice President of Engagement Strategy at Next Level Performance, and Chair Elect of the IRF Board of Trustees—was recently featured in the 2023 State of the Industry for Corporate & Incentive Travel Magazine. Read her assessment below. From a complete standstill to an explosion of demand, the incentive travel industry’s experience of 2022 served …
[New Brunswick, NJ] (October 14, 2022) – Next Level Performance, an industry leader in group travel, meetings and events, is pleased to share a series of promotions and advancements in our travel operations team. “After a period of rapid growth and the successful delivery of the biggest travel season in our history, we are pleased to announce the promotion of several members of …
Next Level Performance, an industry leader in sales incentives, engagement and recognition programs, meetings and events, is pleased to once again be named one of NJBIZ’s Best Places to Work in 2021.
HR leaders often ask, “How can we be sure we have a world-class recognition program?” Here are some things to consider if you really want to make your recognition program as effective as it can be.
Next Level Performance is the new name for Dittman Incentive Marketing, which was one of the first full-service incentive firms. Rather than selling the company, Jim Dittman is passing the reins to his son Dave, who has spent almost his entire career preparing for this job. Jim will remain involved as an active Chairman; Dave will serve as President.
According to the 2018 SITE Index, optimism is high for incentive travel, with most incentive program buyers recognizing its consequential power to motivate and drive performance, resulting in increased company sales and profitability.
It turns out that recognition and incentive programs are built on the same foundations as — you guessed it — hospitality. Here are four engagement essentials that travel planners know by heart:
If you match the guests to the cruise line — even down to the specific ship within the fleet — you can create a great, inclusive incentive or meeting experience that appeals to many participants.
Convening top-performing salespeople for an annual group travel experience continues to be a popular incentive strategy employed by businesses throughout the world. However, the Incentive Federation survey shows an increase in the use of individual incentive travel.
All indicators point toward a continuing industry rebound in 2016
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