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If you’re looking to implement game-based elements into your training content then you’ve probably stumbled across the terms game-based training and gamification. While although it may seem like simple semantics, confusing these approaches can have costly results. So what is the difference?   It’s important to know the distinction between gamification vs game-based Training so

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  Game Based Training although as enticing as it may sound generally is unheard of from a majority portion of the audience. Gaming has solidified itself in the modern world as a part of our everyday lives and has encompassed our culture in so many ways. The consistent rewards from mastering objectives and being pushed

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Game based training or sales gamification are hot trends in the world of eLearning, with already pre-existing conferences presentations, books, articles, and actual apps. This is because gaming is seen as a motivation for learning, by giving learners feedback, rewards, and also motivation through competition. When you want to teach negotiation skills and communication skills

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Good and effective leadership is the ability to motivate, inspire, engage and build respect with others. Leadership, like many other soft topics which are classed as critical skills, is a very tough nut to crack. Leadership training games are always available but they only do so much in terms of practicality and effectiveness. There is