How to Motivate With Leaderboards

Stop Accidentally Making Losers

Habitry
Habitry
May 31, 2018 · 14 min read

Competition: A Problem of Competence

Designing a Motivational Leaderboard

The Mantra: Competence and Connection over Competition

Behavior Change Elements of a Leaderboard

1. Goal-setting

Nike+ Leaderboard

2. Feedback

3. Social Comparison

4. Social Rewards

Conclusion

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