Smart, social employee recognition

Recent research in Australia shows that just one third of employees are truly engaged. 52% are disengaged and 16% are actively disrupting the workplace. Focus on a culture of recognition and you can impact these numbers. 


How social recognition will change your culture.

It’s the interactions of your employees across the business, every day. It’s the relationships built through giving each other a high-five, calling out great examples of work or examples of living the company values. It’s your employees letting each other know that they appreciate help of their colleagues. It’s the social economy of thank you.

These interactions, which likely happen informally across your business today, build the culture of your organisation. One thanks at a time. By bringing all these interactions together through a social recognition program, you encourage more recognition between co-workers right across the company. You engage your managers to endorse great examples by adding their own thank you, adding rewards or making it personal and handing out days off, free coffee for a week or any other personalised perk.

Ultimately, all these small transactions between team members add up to a cultural transformation.

And employees who are happy and valued, will value your customers. By paying forward respect and appreciation with your employees, they will extend this to your customers.

Engagement by the numbers.


Engaged employees are more productive, deliver higher quality, are more likely to stay within your business and will contribute more actively to helping the company achieve overall goals.


Get to know us.


While we are much more interested in you, here is a little bit about us.

We have spent years talking to leaders of workplaces that work. We have spent weekends with our noses in books about what makes people tick. We have delivered countless programs over the last 15 years to help companies engage their people and impact their bottom line. We have even studied the science behind why people do what they do.

But it’s not all books and boardrooms.

We love changing employee behaviour to help companies, big and small, maximise potential and grow profits. It's that simple.