Due to its ability to engage learners, gamification is commonly used for knowledge transfer in the workplace — but gamification also has the power to reinforce key concepts, behaviors and skills that, when applied, will drive impactful business results.
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Many organizations invest a hefty portion of their budget in training the sales force. While it’s a worthwhile investment to improve your team’s performance, it’s critical that you take the necessary steps to maximize the return.
Regardless of what your organization’s needs are, it’s imperative to understand the power of a well-thought-out and well-executed training program that is founded on a common purpose and aligned with your organization’s goals.
Acknowledging that high-quality, customized content and an engaging, experiential learning format will greatly improve the forgetting curve, reinforcement is still the great unmined resource to ensure sustained performance improvement and ROI.
Sales training is a game-changer when it fits the unique reality of your business and aligns with the needs of these distinct groups of stakeholders and their needs.
Modern technology makes it easy to extend the learning, keep people accountable, sustain motivation and create behavioral change. One tool you can use to sustain learning and create behavioral change is the post-training webinar.
Happy New Year! Let me suggest a difficult New Year’s resolution: At least half the learners in your leadership development programs will change their behaviors.
Organizations that pair leadership development with post-learning coaching achieve a higher learning implementation success rate.
The benefits of gamification in sales training reinforcement are numerous. The most obvious are increased engagement and motivation.