For training teams, enhanced engagement, increased retention and instant feedback make gamification a learner-centric and cost-effective solution. Explore how companies can benefit from using games in their training initiatives.
Proper learner engagement has favorable outcomes in terms of learning, retention and participation. When training professionals use game-based learning, they use concepts from games to enhance learning outcomes.
To meet both the learning and engagement needs of employees in the new world of work, the experience needs to be interactive, dynamic and compelling, and one of the most powerful ways of achieving this is through friendly competition.
It's no secret that your brain is engaged in many ways when you're playing a game on a computer, tablet or phone. Adding gaming to your training programs could change how employees learn and solve problems — in a big way.
A sales training program will have the most traction and ROI when it’s followed by a well-executed coaching and reinforcement plan. Here are five coaching and reinforcement strategies that top-performing sales organizations implement.
Game-based learning makes learning more enjoyable — but it’s also specifically designed to get employees job-ready, in less time.
Learning by doing is an intuitive concept widely accepted in learning theory — but too often, the reality is “learn slowly by struggling.”
Card games are a great way to have learners review materials, apply skills and learn from their mistakes.