- Symbolist - email is: firstname.lastname@example.orgVice President, 2013 - presentI design solutions that create long-term, emotional connections between a company and a specific audience. Technology has made it easy to "automate" many tasks in today's business world - but creating engagement and loyalty are not transactional and need to be driven from an emotional point of view. I work with companies to define and create that emotional connection and help manifest it in their recognition strategy, their incentive programs and their communications strategies. In addition, I speak at various HR and channel events, deliver white papers on the various ways to influence behavior and help anyone who asks!
- I2I - A Marketing and Incentive Design ConsultancyConsultant at I2I, 2008 - 2012
- LoyaltyShares LLC - Email is: PaulHebert@LoyaltyShares.comSr. VP Marketing, 20011 - 2013
- Excellence In MotivationEx. Director Business Development, 2004 - 2008
- Carlson Marketing GroupSr. Account Exectuive, 1984 - 2003
- Delor Design Group
- Rockwell International
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- Pschology/Behavioral Economics/Social Psychology
- Technology for the Common Man
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- Wright State University
- Carroll High School
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New at #CompCafe: The Role of Financial vs. Non-Financial "Incentives" in Employee Motivation from @Globoforce http://t.co/f2rjOivF
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Incentive Compendium 9-1-2011 - I2I - Incentive Intelligence
What's been happening in the incentive and reward space you ask? Well, let's see... I, of course have posted a few times over the past weeks
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The HR and management world had a datagasm when the movie Moneyball hit the theaters in 2011. Although the book (which is much, much better
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It's been busy couple of weeks on the webinar front. Last week I was privileged to do a webinar on some of the basics of incentive design (I
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I was privileged to get to present at TEDx for a second year in a row and knew that I had to bring my A-game. I have a huge amount of respec