Episode 211 – Persuading Millennials and Gamification – Travis Truett Interview

Join Kurt as he interviews Travis Truett, the CEO of Ambition, the first sales performance management platform built for the modern workforce thats currently endorsed by Google, Harvard Business Review and more.

On this episode they discuss the most common persuasion blunders, how to get in your prospects shoes, biggest changes in the sales & influence world, how to persuade millennials (check out this article), gamification and when it can backfire, why people buy and more!

4 Ways to Inspire Your Millennial Workforce

#1. Encourage Them Regularly Along with Feedback

This group responds well to reinforcement and finds great value by being noticed and receiving recognition for their efforts. Young adults within the workforce are also striving for leadership positions than before. Giving them an impression of being important is likely to make them feel contended and stay with their employers longer because they see the potential for growth.

#2. Offer Millennials Personal Time Along with Flexibility

Millennial’s are particular about having a work-life balance to which they give extra importance. Companies and management that can offer flexible schedules will improve their chances for procuring millennial talent.

#3. Help Millennials Connect to the Business

Organizations and companies are often making mistakes by failing to explain their vision to their employees. Companies are advised not to overlook explaining their values because it helps employees to connect to the overall vision of the employer. Millennial’s have a tendency to look out for methods where they can make a difference and if they are interested in the vision of the employer it will be just the ignition they need to perform better.

#4. Create New Titles Along with Steps In Between

The best ways to inspire your millennial workforce is to create new titles because of their commitment to further their careers. Millennial’s do not prefer waiting for a lengthy period of time for promotions. This is not an indicator for companies to be giving out rewards without reason but considering smaller incentives, as a bonus for a job completed efficiently will be significant. The objective must be to keep the Millennial’s understand they are on the right path.

Offer of the week: Lawsofinfluence.com

For more information about Travis and his work visit ambition.com

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