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Ideas

In the Ideas phase, we’re calling our global community to submit current projects or proposals focused on the Challenge topic: 

How might we inspire experiences and expressions of gratitude in the workplace?

Let's use our insights and experiences from the Research Phase to invent and design new innovations that radically push the boundaries of existing gratitude practices.

First, read the Challenge Brief. Then, get creative, join conversations and contribute your own Idea – the more visual the better! Check out our Additional Resources page to get started – and Brainstorm around our Opportunity Areas.

Please see our Evaluation Criteria for guidance as you develop your Idea. 

Ideas are due by October 25 @ 3:00pm PT. 


FEATURED RESOURCE

Tokens of Appreciation

Many of the research insights from the Research of the challenge indicate that giving/receiving gratitude is infectious. Why not leverage this? Implement a “pay it forward” system of gratitude in the workplace!


Contributor: Daniel Wexler

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A gamified B2B app creating gratitude work cultures and linking individual gratitude to CSR

A gamified B2B app creating gratitude work cultures and linking individual gratitude to CSR

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Create a system whereby a "thank you" at work genuinely reflects people's core strengths, enabling people to feel seen and appreciated.

Create a system whereby a "thank you" at work genuinely reflects people's core strengths, enabling people to feel seen and appreciated.

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Every employee in the company will have a board at their desk where coworkers can express thanks, congratulate, or uplift each other.

Every employee in the company will have a board at their desk where coworkers can express thanks, congratulate, or uplift each other.

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