Gamification Tools
Motivate & Engage
Reward & Recognize
Correlates to Performance

Gamification Tools

Not Just Fun and Games.

  • Built-in gamification techniques can be used to challenge, recognize and reward your team
  • Provide a richer and more engaging environment for employees
  • Integrated leaderboards improve performance through peer-to-peer and team-to-team competition and recognition
  • Create levels or quests based on learning, performance, or just about any performance attribute you track
  • Avatar builder lets users personalize their participation and drives ownership
  • Customizable badging platform deepens engagement
The First Platform to Correlate Gamification to Performance Outcomes.

Yep.  We did that. 

Gamification. Game-based Learning. Game Theory.  Along with their cousin, employee engagement, game-related topics dominate industry media, trade shows, webinars, conferences, research and on and on the "bright shiny object" du jour.

Here's our take:  Unless you integrate gamification tools into your management system and correlate the activity to performance outcomes, you've got something that looks good but that may not be doing all that much.

With C2Perform's gamification capabilities, you have the ability to go beyond badges, levels, and points.

What's Different About C2Perform's Gamification Tools?

  • Gamification elements have been embedded in our performance management suite since the platform was created.  
  • Our tools allow you to engage your team members in a challenge and to affect desired performance outcomes, rather than just an acknowledgment of behaviors
  • Gamify (yes, it's a word) any activity and drive deeper employee engagement
  • You decide how many or how few of the elements to use
  • Analytics and reporting let you gauge the true effectiveness of gamification efforts

What's the Buzz?

Gamification:  The application of game-design elements and game principles in non-game contexts.

Game-Based Learning:  The balance of subject matter with gameplay and the ability of the player (learner) to retain, and apply the subject matter to the real world.

Game Theory:  The study of mathematical models of strategic interaction between rational decision-makers.