Is Motivosity Worth It?
The question is, is Motivosity worth it? And I would say, is the culture, is investing culture worth it? And I would say, yes, it is. My name is Ray Langham. I'm the CFO of Becklar. Becklar is a company that provides safety either through fire and burglary alarms, monitoring, or personal safety through a personal safety device. Cultures at various companies are all different.
And there's some that focus in on maybe only shareholder results versus the ability to create culture within people. For me, a great culture is what I look for in every company I work in. If it's not a great culture, then I typically will not last there very long, which is probably true with a lot of employees.
Motivosity to me is a tool to help centralize giving thanks to individuals. It does so much more than that, but at this core, it's about the ability to say thank you to another in your company and to share that thanks among the whole company. As a manager of a department, it's great for me understand where people are helping each other out. As a CFO, when I looked at Motivosity, I see a price tag, but that price tag gets absorbed.
I don't have to hire people as much because people will stay longer. We're already in the money in different ways anyway now today. It's just a matter of now it gets combined and you can actually see what people are doing. So at the end of the day, it didn't cost me really any more money.
And at the same time, I get the benefit of creating this great culture of gratitude I think sometimes, as a CFO, we feel like we're not in charge of culture, but we are. The question is, is Motivosity worth it? And I would say, is the culture is investing culture worth it? And I would say, Yes, it is.Learn More