How to Motivate Your Employees With Incentive Travel?

by Richa Gupta Content marketer

Productivity is key for any business or organisation, irrespective of the vertical or offering. 
It’s the productivity of a business that makes it or breaks it and employees are often incentivised for performing well. Of the many ways that are used to incentivise employees, Travel is one of 

But is incentive travel alone a motivating factor or should it be made even more motivating for a Corporate traveller?

Here are a few ways to make incentive travel much more motivating:

Group travel: While incentive travel is mostly in group business travel, not all groups that travel are well-knit. And one of 
the ways to make the corporate travel booking totally worth it for them and for you is to plan it in such a way that executives who get along well or share a strong bond, travel together. This will just strengthen the bond further.

Personalise:  An employee who performs well is someone who understands the business and customers well. And expects the same from you when it comes to incentives. So, it’s always best to personalise the travel keeping the employees taste, beliefs and ideas in mind. That way, you not only make it an incentive travel 
but a customised one as well, which becomes a great motivating factor for the employee to perform even better in future.


Engagement: Travelling without a purpose is one thing and travelling with an idea to engage in something is quite 
another. When it comes to incentive travel, it’s always advisable to make it an engaging one. For instance, offering tickets to an art show, music festival etc, just adds the required amount of fun an employee expects during the travel.

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