”72% of employees get praise less than once per week.”
With SalesScreen video celebrations, employees will no longer walk around feeling like they aren’t appreciated for their hard work. Anytime that someone completes a task, it will be projected onto screens throughout the office, along with their chosen YouTube video.
This consistent recognition is a fun and meaningful way to show people that their managers and their peers care about what they are doing–and on top of that everyone can get to know each other a little better via their video picks. Perhaps Ron and April realize they are both jazz enthusiasts based on their celebration video selections, and they end up bonding over their common interest. Not only is employee recognition improved, but so is office culture and morale.
Looking for some inspiration? See our November picks…
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Looking for a quirky, creative idea for your new video celebration? Look no further than the Posh violinist Lettice Rowbotham playing her electric violin on Britain’s Got Talent–definitely an attention-getter!
2 – Rocket Power
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You may remember this early 2000’s Nickelodeon show about a group of young friends doing action sports. Even if not, the energetic theme song is still catchy as ever.
3 – Obama Mic Drop
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Boast about your latest accomplishments with the legendary Obama mic drop moment.
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If you’re searching for something Thanksgiving-themed, this is a classic choice. There’s tons of balloons to choose from, so feel free to change it up every few days to keep it interesting :)
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Another great Thanksgiving-themed video that is sure to turn your colleagues’ heads.
Upload one of these – or any other video of your choice – and start celebrating with your colleagues today! (Hurry up, do it before your colleagues take them!)
To upload a YouTube clip to your SalesScreen profile, just follow this simple help guide: https://help.salesscreen.com/faqs-by-sales-reps/how-do-i-manage-my-celebrations
Do you have video suggestions? Send them our way to firstname.lastname@example.org