Entries by CRMGamified

How Sales Leaderboards Help Promote Transparency and Accountability

Transparency and accountability are probably the two most important elements fueling successful organizations. A Harvard Business Review survey revealed that 70% of employees are more engaged when senior leadership continually updates and communicates company strategies. But how can leaderboards help to fully embrace these concepts? When it comes to boosting sales through employee engagement, transparency […]

We made it through 2017!

2017 was an exceptional year for us. We had the chance to meet incredible people, had many meetings and crazy ideas. Our team grew in numbers and our customer base too. We succeeded and failed many times, but in the end, it was certainly a year full of learning and improvement! That’s why we created […]

Real-Time Leaderboards: the must-have gamification solution for any sales team!

In our previous posts we’ve seen how gamification in the workplace presents many significant advantages both for companies and for employees. This innovative approach has proven to be a powerful tool not only to improve productivity levels but also to find and retain talent, promote collaboration among team members, motivate self improvement and help employees […]

Leaderboards do’s and don’ts: the best and worst practices for sales executives

Selling is an innately competitive activity. In the last decade, big companies have implemented gamification as a way to help change behaviors, develop skills and enable innovation among their teams. It’s been proven that games played at work can actually boost productivity and rev-up employee morale. In this context, sales leaderboards have taken the lead […]

Gamification: the best tool to captivate millennials

Millennials are proven to be the hardest generation of talent to retain at work. Until the arrival of gamification. Millennials are known for being autonomous, restless and keen on independence. They are constantly looking for new experiences, even at work. For this generation, working is not just an obligation, nor it is only about money. […]