The Connect2Lead blog series quotes researchers and authors Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner’s definition of leadership as, “the art of mobilizing others to want to struggle for shared aspirations.” They later quote Bernard Montgomery, a British military hero, saying leadership is “The capacity and will to rally people to a common purpose together with the character that inspires confidence and builds trust.”
Have you ever wondered which community members are leading enterprise work transformation in their organizations and contributing to the overall growth of Workfront One? If so, then look no further. Now you can see a list of the top 100 contributors on the Workfront One community.
This community leaderboard updates in near real-time and awards points for all of the things you’re doing here in the discussion forums. This pulls from all of our groups, not just the All Discussions groups. So if you don’t see a conversation in the All Discussion groups you want to chime in on, check out the groups page and see if you can’t find a few more groups that are more in line with your interests.
We know you don’t do it for the recognition, but we want to give you, our leaders, a shout out. Here’s how you can demonstrate your leadership!
Posting a question
Trying to answer someone else’s question
Tagging someone who might know the answer
The best way to earn points is to get a best answer! Best answers typically mean that the selected reply was the one that most fully answered the original poster’s question. The highest number of points you can get is when a fellow community user selects your answer as the best answer to their question, so be thoughtful as you contribute to a conversation and not only will you get the satisfaction of helping a friend, you’ll also get even more points than just answering the question.
Over time we will continue to evolve the leaderboard and add more ways to earn points— and we’ll be sure to let you know what they are.
The fine print:
The points are not retroactive and have only been accumulating since the week of Leap 2020, so whether you’ve been in the community for years, or you’re just joining now, you can easily jump to the top of the board.
We keep an eye on the leaderboard and point accumulation, and if someone starts to try to game the system in any way, we’ll have to talk to you about your use of the community and try to help you harness your powers for good. Wouldn’t you want to be on top because you really provided the best questions and answers and not just because you found a way to work the system?