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Luke Jamieson

Turning Play Into Purpose at Playfulli

Melbourne, Australia

Luke is the founder and CEO of PLAYFULLi®. Named in the Top 150 Thought CX thought leaders by Survey Sensum in 2020, Top 25 CX Influencers of 2019 by Panviva, Top 50 Thought leaders for Design Thinking and the Future of Work by Thinkers360 and Top 20 Social Influencers for Gamification by Rise Global.

Featured in the numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal for his thoughts on employee engagement, motivation and purpose.

He’s a certified LEGO Serious Play® facilitator and has studied design thinking at D.school in Stanford.

An expert in helping organisations use play to define purpose, increase employee experience to support diversity, fostering positive cultures and deliver on sustainable progress.
His approaches have attracted many coveted awards and his enthusiasm for CX and EX has helped shape some of Australia’s largest organisations customer and employee experience programs.

Available For: Consulting, Influencing, Speaking
Travels From: Victoria
Speaking Topics: Gamification for Good, Innovation, Employee Engagement, Lego Serious Play

Speaking Fee $1,500

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Company Information

Company Type: Company
Email: lukejamieson@playfulli.com
Phone: 1300197235

Areas of Expertise

Agile
AI
Business Strategy 30.04
Change Management
Culture 30.22
Customer Experience 38.27
Design Thinking 37.13
Digital Transformation
Diversity and Inclusion
Emerging Technology 30.34
Future of Work 37.19
Innovation 30.58
Leadership 30.50
Management 30.12
Predictive Analytics
Procurement
COVID19 32.98

Industry Experience

Automotive
Financial Services & Banking
Higher Education & Research
Hospitality
Professional Services
Retail
Telecommunications

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Publications

4 Article/Blogs
Gamification - A Misunderstood Science
PLAYFULLi
October 22, 2020
Gamification is still a mostly untapped and misunderstood science. For over a decade it has had much scepticism and hype with hit and miss success, however as the craft matures and is understood at a deeper level it is now starting to become a sustainable alternative to traditional ways of measuring and engaging employees from both a learning and performance perspective.

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Tags: Innovation, Management, Leadership

Connecting from Home Through Gamification
LinkedIn
May 08, 2020
Let me be the 7th billionth person to state the obvious…the Coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented and has changed the nature of how we work, for the foreseeable future.
Most of our workplaces have done a tremendous job in ensuring we have the technological resources we need to keep us connected to our respective workplace responsibilities. But now we have a new challenge. Unfortunately, staying motivated and focused can be incredibly challenging during this time.

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Tags: Business Strategy, COVID19

Our top 5 to making work from home more playful
Luke Jamieson / Playfulli
March 30, 2020
Our top 5 tips to making work from home more playful

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Tags: Customer Experience, Leadership

Brainstorming and Innovation… in the Palm of Your Hands
Playfulli
March 11, 2020
Are you tired of sitting at work and hitting a behemoth-sized wall when you’re trying to brainstorm ideas?

It’s time to connect your mind to the world and with the rest of your body. It’s time to start thinking with your hands.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Innovation

1 Founder
Playfulli
Playfulli
September 01, 2020
Founder of Playfulli - A leading gamification, customer experience and employee engagement advisory. Specialising in using play to define purpose and help organisations with strategy, innovation and performance as well as understanding what motivates and engages employees.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

1 Industry Award
Top 150 Global Customer Experience Thought Leaders and Influencers of 2020
Survey Sensum
July 15, 2020
Here is a list of top 150 Global Customer Experience Thought Leaders and Influencers who have taken Customer Experience to the whole new level. They have not only brought new perspectives on the table but have redefined the customer experience exceptionally!

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Tags: Customer Experience

3 Influencer Awards
Top 150 Global Customer Experience Thought Leaders and Influencers of 2020
Survey Sensum
July 17, 2020
Here is a list of 150 Global Customer Experience Thought Leaders and Influencers who have taken Customer Experience to the whole new level. They have not only brought new perspectives on the table but have redefined the customer experience exceptionally!

The below-given list is a general list and is irrespective of any ranking or order. All the Thought Leaders present in this list have significantly impacted the Customer Experience Domain in their own way.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Innovation, Leadership

Global Top 25 CX Influencer - Panviva
Pavnviva
May 25, 2020
Top 25 Customer Experience Influencers to Follow. As a leading company in the customer experience space, Panviva is committed to surrounding ourselves with other experts in the field. For the second year, we have identified a list of the top CX thought leaders in the industry. As you read this list, you will extract insights, tips, and strategies to use as your customer service compass on your journey to becoming customer centric.

Panviva received many submissions of qualified and fantastic candidates and it was not easy to narrow down this list. This year, we’ve included more female and global influencers to better reflect our mission to provide stellar CX to industries worldwide.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Innovation, Leadership

Top 20 Gamification Gurus - Rise Global Power 100
Rise Global
May 04, 2020
Rise Global track the most influential people to follow on topics you care about using real time data from Twitter and Kred.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Innovation, Leadership

1 Keynote
NEWCASTLE & CENTRALCOAST CX NETWORK
CX NETWORK
August 25, 2020
NEWCASTLE & CENTRALCOAST
CX NETWORK
Join us via Zoom for an inspiring presentation + Q&A with one of Australia's
most influential CX & EX Thought Leaders, Luke Jamieson of PLAYFULLi

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

7 Media Interviews
Gamification in CX
Engati
August 29, 2020
Exploring the relationship of CX with Gamification in an interview with Engati CX

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

How Microsoft increased agent productivity in its contact centers by 10% using advanced gamification.
Centrical
August 25, 2020
Luke interviews Dee Nilles - Business Program Director at Centrical on how Microsoft increased agent productivity in its contact centers by 10% using advanced gamification.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

Gamification in CX
EngatiCX
August 18, 2020
Exploring how gamification and CX are symbiotic.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

New era, new opportunities for Aussie call centres, post-COVID-19
Citrus Group
May 25, 2020
Amid the disruption, job losses, new ways of working in isolation, and other challenges, there is a beacon of hope post-COVID-19
It has opened up a host of opportunities for the local contact centre industry. Business has had to recognise the importance of Australian, onshore, call centres to deliver customer service in isolation. For Australians who have lost jobs or are seeking new roles, there are openings for people of all ages and all skill levels

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Tags: Customer Experience, Future of Work, COVID19

Playing around with gamification
Focus magazine
May 01, 2020
Is the methodology of setting KPIs flawed?

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

Drive improvements in customer and employee engagement
The Evolved Group
March 12, 2019
Learn how a leading not-for-profit super fund is using our technology to drive improvements in customer and employee engagement

Luke Jamieson, chats to Paul Burley, Growth Director at The Evolved Group, about the journey the organisation has been on to improve customer and employee experience using HumanListening - the most complete insights and knowledge management platform available.

HumanListening delivers real-time human insights to empower your business.
Let us show you how we can improve your business outcomes – book a demo at www.humanlistening.com

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Tags: Customer Experience, Emerging Technology, Future of Work

Luke Jamieson on how gamification changed the game at First State Super
Matchboard
September 22, 2018
Luke Jamieson has never been afraid to challenge the status quo. His career habit of innovation has made a real impact on customer and employee engagement, resulting in multiple global awards. In this exclusive interview, we chat to Luke about his positively disruptive initiatives at First State Super. You’ve abandoned traditional contact centre metrics at….

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

4 Podcasts
Talking Wyndham
Talking Wyndham
October 21, 2020
alking Wyndham

Talking Wyndham is your weekly insight into the people who make the City of Wyndham surprising, fascinating, vibrant and interesting.

Talking Wyndham is an initiative of the Committee for Wyndham, presented by Kevin Hillier

What is gamification? Find out as we speak with Luke Jamieson, founder & CEO of Wyndham based gamification business PLAYFULLi

Find them at http://playfulli.com

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Future of Work

Gamification of CX - Luke Jamieson on Engati CX
Spotify
August 14, 2020
Engati is the world's leading no-code, multi-lingual chatbot platform. Blog link: https://blog.engati.com/ | Subscribe now. Luke Jamieson, founder and CEO of Playfulli talks about Gamification of CX on Engati CX. He says that gamification can be a very powerful incentive, motivator and can boost customer engagement exponentially. The best way to improve CX would be to make customers feel satisfied by the product which would make them the advocates for it. If you like the video, please subscribe to the channel, so we could keep producing more content like this!

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking

Gamifying Engagement in Remote Teams
The Science of CX
May 26, 2020
Steve Pappas interviews Luke Jamieson on employee engagement and how gamification is helping to provide a shared purpose and real time learning wilts working from home.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Culture, Future of Work

The Power of Gamification
Playfulli
May 23, 2020
Murray Guest from Inspire My Business had Luke Jamieson on his awesome podcast - inspired energy.

They discuss how gamification can be a game changer for your business, especially when it comes to KPIs and repeatable behaviours. Luke’s explains how he is an advocate of making it competitive but not with unhealthy competition and how traditional KPIs focus on who will be ‘the best’, which only benefits the short term.

Key episode highlights include:

We are currently in a global ‘work from home’ experiment, and it’s time to find out ways to help people master their roles and find purpose.

The five love languages do translate into the work environment and in the way we like to receive recognition. You need to identify what people are motivated by.

Create an environment where someone is competing against themselves, not others.

Our systems are only as good as our attitudes.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Design Thinking, Leadership

Radar

1 Trend
Gamification

Date : October 04, 2020

Gamification is still a mostly untapped and misunderstood science. For over a decade it has had much scepticism and hype with hit and miss success, however as the craft matures and is understood at a deeper level it is now starting to become a sustainable alternative to traditional ways of measuring and engaging employees from both a learning and performance perspective.
Both Gallup and Fifth Quadrant have conducted surveys for the last decade around employee engagement and astoundingly the figures have remained horribly similar with only roughly 25% of employees saying they are actively engaged with their performance. This is by no means surprising given few companies have done much to change how they train, design kpi's and engage employees.
Playfulli, who developed an employee profiling tool, tested with over 65,000 people shows that there are actually 8 motivational profiles across an organisation, of which most organisations only tend to engage two (25%) when designing how employees are measured, reinforcing this notion that only a quarter of employees are engaged.
Gamification when implemented correctly goes beyond simply points, badges and leader-boards (a common entry level approach) and instead focuses on behaviours, motivational diversity , employee strengths and micro-learning.
In the past many gamification platforms have tried to portray themselves as the silver bullet for performance and in doing so found short-lived success. Many realised that simply "gamifying" the same old metrics and expecting a different result yielded only short-term success. As these gamification platforms matured, they realised that they needed to solve for the root cause, not the symptoms and thankfully this is now showing fantastic results with organisations courageous enough to explore the scientific art of gamification.
Gartner has predicted the 70% of fortune 500 companies will attempt gamification. Those who approach it in a scientific way and are willing to turn their back on traditional lag metrics are likely to see results that will buck the 10-year trend we have been witnessing of low employee engagement.
Gamification should be on the radar of any organisation looking to drive greater employee engagement and knowledge retention (particularly those with a distributed workforce) even if they have tried and failed in the past because like most technologies and concepts, gamification has matured rapidly from where it was merely years ago especially those that have built in machine learning and AI capability.

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1 Prediction
Gamification - the key to augmented management

Date : October 08, 2020

The Gamification industry has had many resurgences in the past 10 years however it is finally here to stay and with good reason. Gamification has finally matured beyond simple game mechanics designed to drive spending and productivity behaviours to a full-blown behavioural psychology and motivational design industry supported by tech (not led by it).
With distributed workplaces a norm and likely to stay that way managers are finding it harder to see employee behaviour and basing coaching on lag measures. Gone are the informal catch-ups, replaced by structured and scheduled video calls - eroding employee trust.
Gamification combined with Machine Learning, AI and micro-learning is helping managers by prompting the them with insightful coaching tips, challenges and conversations. Gone is the pouring over of data and spreadsheets, structuring and preparing performance conversations sourcing long winded online training modules that are always completed and instantly forgotten. Gamification has long been focused on roles closest to entry level and managers where left with the admin but those day are gone. Advanced Gamification, real-time performance, lead measurement and micro-learning are going to augment a manager’s activity and ease the admin burden allowing them to build trust and empathy with the people they lead and create repeated positive behaviours positive that fuel amazing workplace cultures.

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Blog

3 Article/Blogs
Gamification – A Misunderstood Science
Thinkers360
October 22, 2020
Gamification is still a mostly untapped and misunderstood science. For over a decade it has had much scepticism and hype with hit and miss success, however as the craft matures and is understood at a deeper level it is now starting to become a sustainable alternative to traditional ways of measuring and engaging employees from both a learning and performance perspective.

Both Gallup and Fifth Quadrant have conducted surveys for the last decade around employee engagement and astoundingly the figures have remained horribly similar with only roughly 25% of employees saying they are actively engaged with their performance. This is by no means surprising given very few companies have done much to change how they train, design key performance indicators (KPI’s) and engage employees. Only now with catalysts like the royal commission into banking and finance in Australia, which demanded large institutions change how they measure and incentivise staff are we seeing a substantial shift to behavioural based metrics.

Playfulli, who developed an employee profiling tool, tested with over 65,000 people shows that there are actually 8 motivational profiles across an organisation, of which most organisations only tend to engage two (25%) when designing how employees are measured, reinforcing this notion that only a quarter of employees are engaged.

What is Gamification?

Gamification is the application of game mechanics and behavioural science into non-game activities (like work) in order to achieve an objective. When implemented correctly it goes beyond simply applying points, badges and leader-boards (a common entry level approach) and instead focuses on behaviours, motivational diversity , employee strengths and micro-learning and tethered to a much wider range of game mechanics that engage the human desire for achievement, progress, purpose contribution, connectedness and belonging.

In the past many gamification platforms have tried to portray themselves as the silver bullet for performance and in doing so found short-lived success. Many realised that simply "gamifying" the same old metrics and expecting a different result yielded only short-term success. As these gamification platforms matured, they realised that they needed to solve for the root cause, not the symptoms and thankfully this is now showing fantastic results with those organisations courageous enough to explore the scientific art of gamification.

Gartner predicted that 70% of fortune 500 companies will attempt gamification but that 80 odd percent would fail due to poor design. Now once bitten and twice shy there is still some reluctance to try gamification again, however those who approach it in a scientific way and are willing to turn their back on traditional lag metrics are much more likely to see results that will buck the 10-year trend we have been witnessing of low employee engagement.

Gamification Back on the Radar

Gamification should be on the radar of any organisation looking to drive greater employee engagement and knowledge retention, particularly those with a distributed workforce. Even if they have tried and failed in the past it is absolutely worth another go, because like most technologies and concepts, gamification has matured rapidly from where it was merely years ago especially those platforms that have built in machine learning and AI capability.

The Gamification industry has had many resurgences in the past 10 years however it is finally here to stay and with good reason. Gamification has finally matured beyond simple game mechanics designed to drive spending, product use and employee productivity to a full-blown behavioural psychology and motivational design industry supported by tech (not led by it).

Gamification and the Future of Work

With distributed workplaces a norm and likely to stay that way managers are finding it harder to see employee behaviour and basing coaching on lag measures. Gone are the informal catch-ups, replaced by structured and scheduled video calls - eroding employee trust.

Gamification combined with Machine Learning, AI and micro-learning is helping managers by prompting the them with insightful coaching tips, challenges and conversations. This helps say goodbye to the pouring over of data and spreadsheets, structuring and preparing performance conversations sourcing long winded online training modules that are always completed and instantly forgotten. Gamification has long been focused on roles closest to entry level and managers were left with the administration of it (another arduous task taking them away from leading people) but those days too are a thing of the past. Advanced Gamification, real-time performance, lead measurement and micro-learning are going to augment a manager’s activity and ease the admin burden allowing them to build trust and empathy with the people they lead and create repeated positive behaviours that fuel amazing workplace cultures.

Seek out a platform that offers Micro-learning, has rich features beyond points, badges and leader boards, has proven machine learning and AI, is easy to integrate, support workplace collaboration and is content rich.

Combine this with proven gamification implementation and design experts and you are sure to be among those leading the future of work.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Emerging Technology, Future of Work

Fostering Friendship
Thinkers360
May 23, 2020
There are a lot of reasons why we may or may not enjoy our jobs. From how fulfilling we find the work, to how much money we make, to the hours we’re required to keep, a complicated tangle of factors are involved with determining our job satisfaction and engagement. Due to our tendency to focus on elements such as salary and productivity, we tend to overlook an incredibly important facet of our experiences in the workplace: our friendships.

At a time that according to Gallup workplace engagement is lower than ever, it’s essential to take a look at the things that really make us feel good about our jobs, which are often the people we are surrounded with.

Think about it this way, what would make you more excited about your job, your KPI’s, the intranet, performance reviews, email upon email and the instant coffee or having genuine, real friendships with your co-workers. Relationships that allow you to connect, commiserate, laugh, and have some fun at work? The answer to me is obvious, and it’s the reason why I want to put a spotlight on the importance of fostering friendship in the workplace.

In this article, I’ll explore why it’s so important to have social connections in the workplace, dig into how powerful work friends are, and explain how gamification can help foster socialisation at work.

We Are Social Creatures

The same way that many animal species naturally live their lives in groups, instinctively choosing to be in each other’s company, human beings too, are hard-wired to be social. We naturally seek the companionship, approval, and guidance of others, and we’ve done so since we were Neanderthals in caves as part of our survival.

In fact, our social nature is part of our biology, our neurology. We even have a hormone that exists explicitly for that purpose. Oxytocin, often nicknamed the love hormone, encourages us to bond with friends, lovers, and family members. When we are physically close to others, our brains are flooded with oxytocin, giving us feelings of well-being and warmth that encourage us to connect with others more and more. In fact, studies have shown that oxytocin can even help increase our trust in other people.

And it’s not just about warm fuzzies; socialising is a matter of life or death and I’m not trying to be dramatic. Humans need each other to survive, not only to meet our primary physical needs for food, shelter, and reproduction, but also to keep us well. It’s proven: being socially isolated can increase your risk for premature mortality (dying early).

Now, I’m not saying that you’ll die if you don’t have friends at work. But I am saying that you’ll have a much better time in the office if it’s filled with at least a few friendly faces.

Friends at Work

There’s science to back up this claim too. According to Gallup, close work friendships can boost employee satisfaction by 50%. And people who have a best friend in the workplace are more likely to fully engage in their work - by 700%. That’s no small potatoes.

There’s a myriad of significant benefits to friendship in a workplace beyond just productivity and happiness. Camaraderie in the workplace can help tie employees together, allowing us to feel like we belong and we’re not in it alone. Friends can help support us in difficult times as well as celebrate our successes, making the experience of going to work much more engaging and livelier.

Beyond that, workplace socialisation can contribute to a greater sense of purpose at a job. Your motivation to succeed becomes amplified by the desire to contribute for the sake of your teammates. It makes your day-to-day about more than just yourself and essentially gives you a mission to work toward. The same way that we’re willing to make sacrifices and face challenges for our loved ones, we’re willing to work harder for a team that includes people we care about on a personal level.

Friends and Play

When we play games, physical or digital we tend to forget the challenges life’s thrown at us. Play helps us disconnect the part of our brain that worries, even if it’s momentarily.

Think back to a time you were playing a game, scoring that goal in your favourite sport or defeating the bad guy at the end of a computer game or when passing go and collecting $200. Were you thinking about some work challenge or worrying about the things that keep you awake at night? I doubt it. When we play it lifts us above day-to-day reality.

Our innate, human need to socialise can be leveraged by smart, well-designed purposeful play and gamification, to improve employee engagement, retention, and performance. A workplace can use game mechanics like friendly competition, collaboration, exploration and social sharing to foster friendship, camaraderie, and purpose amongst employees. It can be used to give employees a mission within their team, encouraging them to work harder not for the company but for their peers.

If isolation is teaching us anything, it’s that we shouldn’t take our social ties for granted. It’s clearer than ever that socialisation is a core motivator. Strategic play and gamification can tap into this and improve employee engagement, help organisations reach their goals and improve individuals’ lives.

To find out more about how to harness the power of friendship, strategic play and gamification, contact PLAYFULLi today.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Innovation, Leadership

Connecting from Home Through Gamification
Thinkers360
May 07, 2020
Let me be the 7th billionth person to state the obvious…the Coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented and has changed the nature of how we work, for the foreseeable future.

Most of our workplaces have done a tremendous job in ensuring we have the technological resources we need to keep us connected to our respective workplace responsibilities. But now we have a new challenge. Unfortunately, staying motivated and focused can be incredibly challenging during this time.

Why? Because while we’re all connected to our work, we’re isolated from the other necessary connections that are essential to mental health and well-being. So how do you take care of the well-being of staff remotely? How do you replicate the natural energy and camaraderie that comes from working in a workplace with other people?

Enter HR departments and change managers who are now trying to develop and implement strategies and tools aimed at engaging staff from home. Let’s face it, most business continuity plans don’t include ongoing employee engagement strategies.

Employee engagement can be tough at the best of times and now it needs to be done remotely which is where injecting gamification could help. Gamification can help employees form and maintain good habits as well as help employees rally around a common purpose or goal.

The honeymoon is over!

Turns out for many that working from home isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Previously and certainly before it was forced upon us, working from home sounded appealing to most. There’s no commute and you can work in active wear if you choose without being judged. Plus, there’s nobody around to stop you from combining your daily tasks with keeping on top of house chores or travelling down any YouTube wormhole. Win-win!

But now that it’s a daily outlook with an ambiguous end in sight, how do we replace the energy that comes from a team or workplace dynamic?

Staying personally connected benefits everybody

Of all the elements now missing in the workplace, the most critical to morale is camaraderie. Naturally, these connections have psychological benefits, and increase workplace satisfaction.

In fact, a Gallup report found that stronger bonds in the workplace could lead to 7% more engaged customers and 12% higher profit.

Plus, there’s the routine and shared goals that are much more straightforward when you have that hub (the office) where everyone gathers. Those relationships can have a positive impact on an organisation’s bottom-line. And during such a challenging time, may make all the difference on whether your business stays afloat.

Why gamification is a great strategy

Did you know that gamification programs approached with the right intent and knowhow have seen employees say they are happier (88%) and made them more productive (89%) at work?

That’s because well designed gamification is a great vehicle to recognise the motivational diversity within an organisation.

Furthermore, successful gamification focuses strongly on promoting the camaraderie that will keep your team working not just with each other, but for each other, with common purpose.

Through this method, your team can challenge themselves in a controlled, safe environment. There isn’t the worry of failure, but only the prospect of getting better and striving towards improvement and mastery of role.

Plus, implementing gamification while your employees work from home will help provide good work habits for when social distancing and isolation is not a part of our daily vernacular and we can embrace being in close proximity with others, once again.

So, whilst many companies are cutting costs where possible, there are others taking the opportunity to test out strategies they hadn’t considered or otherwise were planning further down the track.

This might just be one of those strategies’ worth testing.

To find out more about using gamification to engage employees at home (or in the workplace) contact the team at Playfulli.

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Tags: Customer Experience, Innovation, Leadership

Opportunities

1 Business
Employee experience and innovation through play

Location: Australia / Virtual Global     Date Available: May 05th, 2020    Fees: Contact for a proposal

Submission Date: May 04th, 2020    Service Type: Service Offered

Helping companies improve employee experience, innovate, problem solve and strategise with the power of play.
- Gamification strategy, design
- Gamification product selection, procurement, implementation and managed services
- Lego Serious Play facilitation
- Innovation through strategic play

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