Reward, Motivate, and Educate Through Corporate Incentive Travel

Do you have a program in your company that allows you to reward your employees and at the same time motivate and further educate them as well? These are the things that a corporate incentive travel program allows you to do.

For instance, there’s more to a seemingly straightforward company planning and training session scheduled to take place in Chicago. The incentive recipients will feel aptly rewarded to be chosen to participate in the session since it will be held in a popular travel destination, and they know that after-session tours and activities are included in the itinerary. They can expect to have fun as well as learn a lot. Having experienced the perks of incentive travel, they’ll make sure to vie for future travel rewards through their performance. Meanwhile, back at the office, everybody will see that successful effort is rewarded and will thus feel motivated to make their own efforts worthy of the reward as well. With such attractive incentives and a culture of appreciation, the company is able to enjoy better staff retention.


You want to recognize accomplishment, especially when it was essentially done to benefit your company. When your employees excel and put in a noteworthy effort, you can show your affirmation and appreciation by rewarding them with a travel opportunity. Even when it’s a corporate incentive, travel bears a huge appeal. It doesn’t matter that they’ll be attending meetings and socializing with colleagues and clients; being in a holiday destination and getting the chance to experience the place would be considered a real perk.


A travel incentive program is a great tool for invigorating your company. Not only will such a medium of recognition motivate your employees to work harder and be more productive, but it will also inspire their loyalty. When word of how well you treat your staff gets around, you will also inspire your customers’ trust.


Travel is always educational. Even when you go on a seemingly mindless holiday, you can’t help but learn. If you go on a company trip, it’s likely that there are elements included in the itinerary that will educate you in a way that will benefit the company as well. Many times, these travel incentives come in the form of planning or training sessions. It’s the best way to mix business with pleasure.

The benefits of having a travel incentive program are solid enough to convince any company to try it out. It’s a provision that benefits all parties.

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  • Evan Polin
    Sandler Training

    "I've been working with Bruce and his team on two projects and they've been great to work with. Bruce has helped us set up a referral/incentive program for us to roll out with our clients and strategic partners. Bruce was great to work with. He's set up a 7 tier program that allows for flexibility and he's also helped us to market the program."

  • Kevin O'Keefe
    Vice President World Wide Sales, Maginatics, Inc.

    "Beverly arranged and managed the early Envivio Sales incentive trips for us. Each of our events was an outstanding and motivating experience Our Sales team appreciated the attention to detail and to fun. Qualifying for the "trip" was a motivating factor behind many end of year sales pushes. I will use Beverly again in the future."

  • Mickey Poorman
    Laird Technologies

    "Peak Performance’s attention to detail and personal service made me feel like I had a true corporate meeting planning partner that I could rely on throughout the planning process right up until I was on site. I look forward to doing more meetings with them."

  • Marco Lopez
    C& J Energy Services, Inc

    "I have used your services two years in a row and you all have made my vacation a great one. You have the most helpful and considerate employees. Always very friendly, respectful and willing to make my travel experience a good one. Thank you and keep up the great job."

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