Organizations can now measure and drive engagement by assessing concepts like intrinsic motivation, psychological safety, and personal strengths alignment.
When it’s OK to be weird, our brains stop filtering, and we have more freedom to explore ideas and solutions, thereby fostering more creative insights and “Aha!” moments.
While modern virtual training platforms offer many features, many do fall short in the engagement section — which is where gamification can help.
Performance and contribution are so easily measured in the sports world in ways that are all but impossible in the business world
COVID-19 has forced leaders to learn how to present virtually in a matter of weeks. To help you continue to present effectively, here are some proven tips to help you connect better with your audience.
When delivering training virtually, you are competing with a highly distracting on-screen environment. Creating engaging virtual presentations can help keep your learners engaged.
It’s not that learning isn’t important. However, what many participants say they gain most from training has little to do with the content or quality of the learning itself.
Great and purpose-driven leadership has always existed, and it is so powerful that not even the most turgid and inflexible organizational cage could impede it.
A key factor in connecting business priorities to individual employees is engagement, but it doesn’t start with the employee’s engagement; it starts with the leader.