Whether to celebrate the team who worked their tails off to close the deal, the engineering team for a successful product release, or simply to acknowledge a team member who went above and beyond, awards allow managers to recognize accomplishments with something fit for the occasion.
HiThrive awards allow you to customize both the celebration and the design to align to your culture.
As a starting point, we've put together a list below of commonly used awards. Borrow and iterate on these ideas or come up with some of your own! Whenever you're ready, see the links at the bottom of the article to get started.
Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner award
Celebrate the team who worked on a win. Wether marketing, legal, or an administrative assistant, in conjunction with sales, be sure to call out the all-star support team that makes winning happen.
Product release award
Spotlight the group effort that goes into a (hopefully) successful product release by giving an award to all of those involved. More important than the points (if any) is the recognition of long-term contribution and broad company impact.
New Team Member Referral award
When a team member has enough confidence to recommend your organization as a place to thrive, we should all take a moment to celebrate that.
Core Value award
Reinforce the core values that contribute to the achievement of your mission or fuel your economic engine. Connecting team member contributions to your values helps to bring them to life.
Above and beyond award
Hard to define, but let's just agree that you know it when you see it. And when you see it, you should celebrate it.
For the people that stay calm, cool, and...save our butts day after day.
Ideation and innovation are what propel us to new heights.
Draw The Owl award
(alt. True Grit award.) Either way, it's for those that just make sh*t happen.
Good Energy award
We're all made of energy and fortunately (or unfortunately) those vibes are infectious. Let's celebrate those that bring the good kind, every day, because it makes us better and feel happier.
Bright beginnings award
The cherry on top of a team member's first day of work. Why not kick it off with a celebration?
Early adopter award
A temporary award to get your implementation off on the right foot. Connect it to a competition or manually award it to those that are quick to grab on.