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Seven Realizations About Planning

Seven Realizations About Planning

Today I was coaching a spry young and driven project manager of a very successful dealer group and long-time coaching client. We discussed three project pl…

The Impact of Improving Price Transparency

The Impact of Improving Price Transparency

    At DSES we sat down with John Rossman to talk about trust. Putting the power back into the hands of the consumer by providing t…

Federal Consumer Data Privacy Act in the Works

Federal Consumer Data Privacy Act in the Works

Do you think that compliance with the proposed FTC Safeguards Rule, the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) or New York’s SHIELD Act, puts an o…

Leveraging the Mental Game

Leveraging the Mental Game

I'm working on my metaphors so bear with me on this one... The Boston Bruins are tied for 1st in the NHL standings right now with the highest goal d…

Top Performing Dealerships Using Intelligent Social | KPI Cafe Season 3 Bonus 4

Top Performing Dealerships Using Intelligent Social | KPI Cafe Season 3 Bonus 4

Due to a technical error, we had to delete and repost the latest KPI Cafe -- but it's back! Host Dane Saville brings back Reunion Marketing'…

Dice Rolls

Dice Rolls always make for fun spiffs and the variations are endless. Be creative and keep your team motivated. The most popular that I have seen are:

The sales consultant rolls his 2 dice, the sales manager rolls his two dice and the sum total of the roll is paid to the sales consultants. This variation can grow with double rolls, triple rolls etc. Another fun one is to multiply the first die roll with the number on the second. My personal favorite is to multiply the number rolled by the number of cars sold so far that month for the sales consultant. For example if the sales consultant rolls a 9 but they have sold 4 cars they would get $36, if it was their 7th deal they would earn $63. This way they get more money with each sale"

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