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by Megan Seamans August 9, 2019

What is Gamification?

Gamification is the implementation of games or activities to encourage certain behaviors through competition and fun. Simply put, gamification is the application of typical elements of game playing (e.g. point scoring, competition with others, rules of play) to other areas of activity. This can be useful for many facets of the business world, such as inside sales, call centers, and marketing teams.

by Haley Smith June 11, 2019

3 Tips on Successfully Managing Remote Teams

The benefits of working remotely come with a fair amount of challenges, including a lack of remote employee engagement and difficulty tracking behavior. The good news is, there are many actions you can take to keep your remote employees connected and driven no matter the distance. So, what can you do to keep remote workers engaged and focused on the behaviors that matter?

by Megan Seamans November 26, 2018

A Little [Healthy] Competition Transforms Individuals into Superstars

In any team, there are top, middle, and bottom performers. Although contests are great for motivating every tier to do their best, the bottom performers are going to get demotivated after seeing the same people win week after week. This is why that contests need a makeover -- they shouldn’t be just about wins. Here are some ways that you can use contests to motivate more than just the best people on your team week to week.

by Megan Seamans October 8, 2018

Trends at Dreamforce 2018

In the world of technology, changes are being made almost daily. That’s why going to a conference as large as Dreamforce each year offers a unique opportunity to see first hand the trends that arise. This year, LevelEleven had many great conversations about where the Salesforce landscape is currently and where people see it going. We have gathered three of the biggest trends from #DF18 and here’s what they mean for you:

by Megan Seamans September 11, 2018

Your Employees Need Recognition – Here’s Why

We get it, you have been doing your job for a while now and it has gotten a bit repetitive. In fact, 66% of employees that feel bored or underappreciated at work will quit their job. That number jumps to 76% in millennials. The bottom line? Boredom and lack of recognition is a big deal to your employees and if you want to keep them around, you need to shake things up.

by Megan Seamans September 4, 2018

The 5 Steps of Sales Management – Where are you?

Sales management is a journey. In this journey, there are five main steps. These steps do not have to occur in order and leveling up to the next stage doesn’t mean forgetting the one that came before it. This framework is not set in stone; sales leaders should simply use the framework as a guide to show their current stage and what they must do to arrive at the next. Figuring out your current stage you are at helps in knowing what actions you should take to level up. These insights help your team know what they should be focusing on and how they can go about improving their performance. Every sales manager can move the needle from good to great as they progress in their career by following a tried-and-true path outlined below.