Just trying to understand the impacts if we change our status point levels - has anyone done this?
We are looking to change the tiers (as per below)... just wanting to understand if we make these tier changes, will the members existing levels be impacted eg if i am currently a Change Manager on 300 points, when the new changes go through will i be 'demoted' to 'Stepping Up'? or will they remain the same, only new members will be impacted?
Proposing to change to:
ON-Brand Master 5,001 - unbounded
ON-Brand Leader 1,001-5,000
Change Maker 500-1,000
Stepping Up 101-500
Any info about the impact of making tier changes would be appreciated.
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