be a recognition championBehind every successful organization, project, or team, there is a knowledgeable and well-informed person leading the way. Recently as I watched several football games, I caught myself thinking about how important it is to have someone take pride and ownership of their roll. As a coach you must be fully devoted to the success of your team. You watch videos, research your competition, you know your strongest player and you know your weakest link. You know when to push your team harder and you know when someone needs to take a break. But, as a head coach, you need help. You have an offensive coordinator, a defensive coordinator, special teams coach, quarterback coach, etc… (If you’re like me and had no idea there are actually up to 10+ coaches per team, this article helps sum it up.)

So, where am I going with this? One of the best things about QIC is all of the resources we provide for incentive and recognition program administrators. We have easy-to-use administrative portals, reports, email metrics, and an entire account management team for our clients to utilize. However, though we provide most of the support you need, every program needs an active program administrator. Programs need guidance; someone who is willing to put the time and effort into making them better.

Will Rogers says “Even if you are on the right track, you will get run over if you just sit there.” Employee recognition, safety, and wellness programs require an administrator to help launch and guide the program through various stages. The most successful programs are led by an active, engaged program administrator – a recognition champion. Just as you want your employees to be engaged in the program, you too should be engaged in what is going on. “Quality Incentive Company creates and administers recognition and incentive programs that motivate people, inspire higher performance and deliver results.” QIC is here to help our clients meet their goals and bottom line. We are here to help guide, track, and measure results, but every team needs a leader…and that’s you! Let us help you in your journey to create a culture of safety, recognition or wellness, that’s what we do.

Alison provides program sponsors and administrators with relevant program data, analysis and insight at QIC. She is also involved in developing program marketing methods and materials. In addition to her account support functions, Alison is involved with QIC’s social media initiatives and external marketing efforts. Alison earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Mississippi College, where she was a member of the equestrian team.

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