Relative Rankings with Percent-to-Target Analysis
The Ambition Leaderboard and TV Leaderboard allow you to toggle between Value (absolute) ranking and Percent-to-Target (relative) ranking.
Relative rankings are derived from the Percent to Activity and Objective Targets that have been set through Ambition Scorecards.
Percent-to-Target Leaderboards are great for visualizing employee performance while taking into account individual metric targets!
Your Organization has established Scorecards within Ambition.
Why are relative rankings helpful?
We LOVE to recognize Users for their efforts, and solely utilizing absolute value rankings can leave out part of the picture.
In the example below we see Jared ranked in first at 110% to target. Jared has made 44 Calls today.
Jessica is ranked in third at 78% to target. Jessica has made 62 Calls today.
In an absolute rank Dashboard, Jessica would appear above Jared as 62 is higher than 44.
By using relative ranking, Jared can be recognized for hustling on the phones and exceeding the daily personalized target set for Calls!
Access Percent-to-Target Leaderboards
1. Open the left navigation and click the Leaderboard tab.
2. Click the blue Filters button to access the filters pane. Here you can select:
- Metric - Select a single Metric. The default is Activity Score, but any Metric that's used on a Scorecard within your Organization's account can be used here.
- Time Frame - The time frame options will be heavily dependent on the Scorecard time frames your Organization utilizes.
- Rank By - Select a value, percent-to-target, or most improved ranking option.
- Filter by Group - Refine the Leaderboard by comparing individuals within the same Role, Team, or Location. Learn more about Ambition's Hierarchy Levels here.
3. Select Percent-to-Target from the Rank By dropdown.
What do I need to know before using a Percent-to-Target Leaderboard?
Before diving in to Percent-to-Target Leaderboards, it's very helpful to know the respective Time Frames your Organization utilizes for Activity (daily or weekly) and Objective (weekly, monthly, or quarterly) Scores, so you can quickly select the appropriate Leaderboard Time Frames as well.
You can verify the time frames used by viewing a Scorecard. Examples below.
As mentioned in the helpful tip above, knowing your Organization's Activity and Objective Score time frames will help direct you towards viewing the correct Leaderboard time frames as well.
Example in image:
If Today's Activities is listed that means your company utilizes a Daily Activity Score.
Select Today or Yesterday Leaderboard Time Frames.
Here is a list of all Scorecard options and their Time Frames:
|Activity and/or Objective Score||Leaderboard Time Frame to Select|
|Daily||Today or Yesterday|
|Weekly||This Week or Last Week|
|Monthly||This Month or Last Month|
|Quarterly||This Quarter or Last Quarter|
Revenue is part of User's Monthly Objective Scores.
Percent-to-Target values will only be seen when a Time Frame of This Month or Last Month is selected.
Revenue is not part of User's Daily Activity Score.
No data will be shown since no Scorecard targets exist for the Metric and Time Frame selected.
What is shown on a Percent-To-Target Leaderboard?
Percent-to-Target Leaderboards showcase a User's relative ranking rather than absolute.
A Percent-to-Target Leaderboard will showcase a User's name and image as well as their respective progress towards the targets set on their Scorecard.
Janet has a daily Activity Score Target of 6 Appointments Set.
Currently Janet has set 1 out of the 6 which is 17% to the daily target.