We’ll demonstrate this with Spinify, our (sales) gamification dashboard:
First up, you can link gamification to your business and culture goals. Simply add tasks and actions that reinforce your culture.
For example, participating in the community Slack channel.
Then, give new employees points for each of these actions.
You can also expand on this – especially if you want to get new employees right in on the action – by adding tasks such as “calling prospects” that directly contribute to your targets.
Since you can give points for every meaningful action – which includes your culture – your new employees will immediately feel a sense of belonging.
Increase Remote Performance Visibility with Gamification
The second thing you can do with gamification is to increase visibility.
Sure, you’ll know how successful your team was at the end of the quarter, depending on whether they reach the target or not. But with gamification, you can continuously monitor performance and make sure you not only reach the target – but exceed it.
When your team members can keep track of their efforts and their colleagues’ efforts, everyone knows how much they’re contributing to success. In the long term, it sustains their motivation and keeps them happier.
Shine a Light on Every Remote Worker
When you’re at the office, it’s easy to drop by someone’s desk and tell them they’re doing a great job. A lot of managers even incorporate 1-on-1s where they help their employees become better professionals.
However, that can get somewhat confusing when you’re working remotely.
Fortunately, tools like Spinify allow you to:
Set personal goals for each employee
Coach each employee
Remote Workplace Coaching with Gamification
With Spinify, you get access to every employee’s score card.
In there, you’ll be able to review their performance, as well as strengths and weaknesses.
What’s even better – you’ll get personalized coaching insights.
You no longer have to be in the same place as your employee to coach them. Instead, simply check Spinify, and start a conversion that will help them turn into better professionals with coaching guidance.
Foster Remote Teamwork with Friendly Gamified Competitions
If you want a successful team, you need a connected team.
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