Transcript: Scenario 1 Incentive Programme Grand Prix Beautiful Scenery Programme Gresham Hotel Hospitalit desk Private Rooms Welcome Dinner + Closing Lunch Afternoon Tea To and From the Airport Within the city for 6 days Water Taxi Accommdation Transport Monte Carlo Beach Hotel and Resort Welcome Dinner and Closing Lunch Hospitaily Desk Transport Day 1 - Welcome Dinner Day 2 - Casino - Bus Tour Day 3 - Palace - Aquarium Day 4 - Opera Day 5 - Teambuilding/Spa - Night Tour Day 6 - CLosing Lunch To and From Airport Throughout city centre for 6 days Shuttle buses for sightseeing tours Monte Carlo Dublin St Patricks Festival Irish Event Company Strong Historical Connection 30 employees plus spouses US Pharmacuetical Company Budget 150000e Two European Destintaions Day 1 - Welcome Dinner Day 2- Parade - Ghost Tour Day 3 - Bus Tour - Guinness Storehouse Day 4 - Irish Beer & Whiskey Festival Day 5 - Coastal Tour Day 6 - Closing Lunch Accommdation
Transcript: The esitmated cost? How is it going to help the business. The End! Why do we deserve one? What is the incentive? Incentive If you got a party planner to plan the party it would be from $12 to $75 a hour. The incentive is like a reward for us employees. We get rewared for all our hard work and sucess. It's suppose to be a time to relax and just chill. I think our incentive should be having a party with food and drinks. By Austin Wright I think we deserve one because we work very hard and that would be a very good reward. If we have a incentive then it would make us employees work harder to get another incentive.Also motivate
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Transcript: production Economics Price demand Tradeoff Scarcity cost-benefit analysis Supply The amount of a good or service that consumers are willing to and able to buy at. The combining of human, natural, capital, and entrepreneurship resources When there's limited resources and unlimited wants a stock or supply of money, materials, staff, and other assets that can be drawn on by a person or organization in order to function effectively. choice Incentive Anything that motivates someone to do something Opportunity Cost A system to manage making, selling, and buying goods The value of the next best alternative that's given while making a choice The amount of exchanged for a good or service Consumption Economy The study of how people use limited resources to satisfy unlimited wants The use of a good or service A way to compare the costs of an action with the benefits of that action; if benefits exceed costs, then the action is worth taking resources Production The amount of a good or service that producers are willing to and able to sell at a certain price Economics Terms The exchange of one benefit for another that's better Selecting an item from a set of possible alternatives add logo here
Transcript: Incentive Incentive saver - discounts - Well if a worker at target worked there for a certain amount of time that person would get a pay also known as a pay check Incentive influence people behavior. People respond to positive and negative incentive - or if you buy a hat for 10 dollars and sell it for 25 dollars 15 is the capital gain - If someone wanted to fix they're ipod screen and they could send it to apple to fix or radioshack but apple cost more they would go to radioshack - Or like people buy Dre beats Dr.Dre is get a profit cause hes the producer Incentive Profit Citizen incentive Incentive capital gain - well if your try to buy some buy i cost a lot but does come out for a while and there jobs you can do to get money for it Consumer incentive -well vote for the class president in school -and voting for governor or president - if you buy an ipod for 100 dollars and you sell it for 200 dollars the money you got extra is capital gain - Well the benefits would be like if you are a deliver boy get to drive - If someone wanted to buy a computer and they went to walmart but bestbuy was cheaper they'll go to bestbuy - If a consumer buys an ipod the producer of it gets a profit Incentive pay and benefits
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Transcript: Digital education Complete mandatory tests Make decisions faster and focus on execution A positive attitude Employee Capability & Engagement Maintain accurate records ensuring integrity of data GOAL! Use of the Client Experience Map & Conversation Guide Procedure knowledge and adherence Expectations Collaborate as partners, debate issues with passion and support decisions taken. Adhere to RBC policies, standards and guidelines (e.g. Code of Conduct, CASL, FATCA, Risk Suitability, etc.) Advisor (Business Banking, Cards, Outbound, Overnight) Use verbal discovery to understand client needs Achieve and maintain Proficient level CB Performance Act on our accountability and trust colleagues to do their part What Managers Want Work with managers to attain proficiency level and expectations Opportunities & Offers Meeting client needs ACCELERATE GROWTH IN KEY SEGMENTS Mohamed Benhammou Pier-Olivier Bourque Humility and openness to feedback Deliver excellent client experience ROLE Thank you! Own the moment Complete personal banking transactions efficiently & accurately Sales and referrals Achieve sales results SHORT TERM INCENTIVE RAPIDLY DELIVER PAYMENT & MOBILE SOLUTIONS Consistency and commitment Prioritize for greatest impact and minimize the rest Responsibilities Achieve average handle time INNOVATE TO BECOME A MORE AGILE & EFFICIENT BANK Helping clients thrive and communities prosper Client experience Willingness to improve Client Solutions Commitment to the RBC Values Business & Risk Management Proactively recommend alternate service solutions Responds to clients with professional and accurate service Individual Performance Uses procedures effectively & seamlessly during call Put clients first through behaviors, decisions, and choices made in the client’s best interest. Ownership of growth TRANSFORM HOW WE SERVE OUR CLIENTS Develop people through meaningful coaching and feedback. RBC PERFORMANCE Acting in client best interest
Transcript: Why do we cheat?! seven - seven 75% of winning Moral reasons We are trying to help the students nine - five 25 % of winning B) You try your best by studying on the grammar that you were lacking in and hope to get an A for your final grade Incentive = What do school teachers and Sumo Wrestlers have in common? A) You lean back and hope for the best What would you do? Incentive makes us cheat According to the auhors of Freakonomics there are three elements that makes us cheat Social reasons Sumo Wrestlers Economical reasons
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