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Kim Cotzias
Welcome back as we continue our conversation around gamification. In the previous blog, you were introduced to the bare bones of the concept and some of the psychology behind it. You learned that when implemented the right way, gamification has the power to reinforce behaviors to help employees reach their full potential. In this next...
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Picture this: your loved ones are gathered at the dinner table, chit chatting around nearly empty serving dishes after enjoying a meal. Clean up is happening around you, but the joy of the evening is lingering and no one is ready to turn in for the night. Someone pulls out a beloved board game you...
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We are excited to bring you the latest updates to LevelEleven in our Summer 2022 Release. We are introducing exciting new features, but we’ve also taken a step back to enhance the ways we motivate teams and help support growth in a sustainable way.  The full list of updates can be found in the link...
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Sometimes there’s nothing like going back to the basics and holding a sales contest, especially with the current state of employee retention and job satisfaction. When done the right way, a sales contest has the power to boost morale, encourage collaboration, and increase general excitement/engagement throughout your team. But there’s just one question: how do...
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A common (and frustrating) obstacle for salespeople is creating a sense of urgency with prospective customers. We often face meeting no-shows, or receive push-back from prospects for a number of reasons — busy holiday plans, end/start of quarter distractions, etc.  Whenever you are finding that your prospects are “just too swamped,” use these few tips...
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The one-on-one — sometimes dreaded, sometimes beloved. These are the types of meetings held between a sales manager and a rep working under them, and no one can ever agree as to whether or not they’re a total waste of time.  If you’re in the “these are a waste of time” boat, then it might...
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