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Posted on Mon, 11/27/2017 - 06:50
A recent Gallup poll shows that only 29% of employees say they are engaged at work. The flip side of that is that 71% are not. The implications of these numbers are far-reaching. An employee who is not engaged isn’t very likely to be productive. Reduced productivity results in lost revenue for the company, a lack of innovation, and, possibly most importantly, poor attitudes and an overall decrease in morale.
Overcoming the rut that many have fallen into can be difficult. The key to combating this general malaise that seems to have taken over the workplace could be training gamification.
When gamification is properly implemented it can go a long way to motivate employees. They are more likely to work cooperatively with their coworkers and they are energized to tackle their jobs with greater enthusiasm. As time goes on, these actions and attitudes start to happen naturally.
The same impetus that drives a player when playing a video game can also push employees to strive for higher levels of engagement and performance.
When training gamification is done well, it’s advantageous to a corporation. Here are some of the factors that come into play:
Encouraging advancement. Create a culture of greatness. The goal is for employees to continue advancing in their positions, growing in knowledge, and becoming greater assets to the company.
There are components that are necessary to facilitate an effective training gamification program in a company.
Training gamification has the power to transform a listless, unengaged workforce into a thriving, engaged team who cares about their work and the good of the company when it is implemented well.
Contact Designing Digitally Inc. to learn how their custom-designed, award winning training gamification programs can have a significant, positive, impact on your workforce.
By Designing Digitally, Inc.
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