Thnks, a digital gratitude platform that empowers business professionals to build better relationships by sharing personalized gestures of appreciation, has released ThnkQ Score (TQ), an innovative new feature enabling users to measure how well they share gratitude and thoughtfulness in the workplace. ThnkQ Score is now available to all Pro and Enterprise level users on the Thnks browser platform as well as the iOS and Android mobile apps. Just like an IQ or an EQ, a TQ – the skill of building strong relationships through gratitude, is a strong predictor of individual and business success.
“Everything we do at Thnks is in alignment with a vision to empower business professionals to build better relationships through thoughtfulness and gratitude. In a rapidly transforming business environment, we know how important EQ, or emotional intelligence, is when it comes to communication. Gratitude is just as critical a component in how we form business relationships and create lasting alliances, that ultimately fuel our success,” said Brendan Kamm, Co-Founder and CEO of Thnks.
An individual’s TQ score is determined by their ability to send personalized, timely and relevant gestures of appreciation to clients and peers, with an emphasis on reciprocity and Thnks that are accepted and redeemed. The TQ score can be reviewed by managers and team members in the TQ leaderboard, gamifying gratitude in a way that increases workplace engagement and collaboration across teams who can view each other’s success scores.
Additionally, users’ TQ score is visualized with a gratitude tree that represents the health and growth of their score. This will provide users with a nice visual aid to how well they are leveraging the Thnks platform to build relationships. The more thoughtful Thnks sent, the larger the tree grows! Like planting and watering seeds, relationships grow best through small, frequent investments.
“Expressing gratitude is a learned skill, which requires consistent practice to see the payoff in your relationships. Our TQ score brings professionals an awareness of how well they’re incorporating gratitude as a habit, while continually measuring that growth and success,” said Brad Veach, Vice President of Marketing at Thnks.
To learn more about saying Thnks visit www.thnks.com.
Thnks is a digital gratitude platform that empowers business professionals to build better relationships by sharing personalized gestures of appreciation. Incorporating technology, program analytics, compliance adherence and the science of gratitude, Thnks allows professionals to show appreciation how they see fit. An easy and efficient way to spread thoughtfulness in the workplace, more than 1,000 teams use Thnks to shorten sales cycles while improving client relationships, customer engagement and employee appreciation. Learn more about Thnks at www.thnks.com and find us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.