Gamification Use Case: How To Offset Employee Disengagement With A Gamified Learning Portal Approach

| December 28, 2018

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In this article, I share a use case on how to use gamification to engage your disengaged employees and provide better motivation plus a stickier learning experience. The use case showcases how gamification aids you in creating a high impact training.The problem of disengaged employees is very real and poses a persisting challenge that can defeat the purpose of a training program. Despite millions of dollars on training spend, L&D teams often lament on this challenge.So, the question is what learning strategies will excite the learners and deliver the desired learning experience and performance gain or even trigger behavioral change.If you were to ask an employee the top two things that motivate him or her, you are likely to hear recognition and rewards.

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