How To Sell Work-Dojo To Your Superiors


Work-Dojo is a fantastic way to improve employees’ engagement and creativity at work. It has many benefits for company culture, employee wellbeing, and, ultimately, the company’s bottom line. Unfortunately, people in senior positions often have their agendas that they believe meet the needs of employees and the company. This can result in reluctance to take on a new ideas through fear it will disrupt time scale and budget agendas. Therefore, in this situation, it can be helpful to understand how to sell the benefits of Work-Dojo to your superiors. 

Sometimes, managers need convincing, by the people who will adopt the approach, that it’s a good idea. Unfortunately, people are often attached to their way of thinking. Approaching them with a case of how the new approach complements their current agenda is the best way to spark someone’s interest! These top tips can help you to convince your managers that Work-Dojo can rock their world as much as it does yours! 

  • If you aren’t already aware, find out your company’s goal: what are the vision and mission of the company?
  • What are the vision and mission of the department or the person you’d like to convince to give Work-Dojo a try? 
  • Find out that person’s / their team’s agenda and understand how Work-Dojo can help to meet those goals
  • Share Work-Dojo with that person / team, linking to where you see Work-Dojo can help to advance those agendas 
  • Tell your managers about the 11-day no-obligation free trial of Work-Dojo!
  • Share the below ‘benefits card’ on the benefits of Work-Dojo!


Work-Dojo is an employee engagement platform that fuses emotional intelligence and tech. Through ten mindful minutes per day of focused attention, the approach drives employees to:

  • Stimulate creativity – Work-Dojo reduces creative blocks and reveals new, innovative solutions to existing problems
  • Maximize concentration -through short bursts of novel activities Work-Dojo renews employees’ energy and hones their thinking
  • Exchange ideas – user-friendly activities encourage managers and employees across teams to share insights and actively problem-solve in real-time 
  • Recognize excellence – prompts encourage online and face-to-face recognition ensuring people feel valued and heard
  • Decrease stress – Channeling employees’ creative energy releases positive endorphins and helps employees become more resilient to challenges at work
  • Reduce silos – Online and offline team working capability keeps people connected far and wide

Decades of research shows these factors lead to:

  • Decreased absenteeism
  • Decreased tardiness
  • Increased productivity 
  • Lower turnover

The result? Happier, more productive employees, and a positive boost to the bottom line. 

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