Leadership, like many other soft topics which are classified as critical skills, is a very tough nut to crack. There is only so much theory you can learn about a soft skill like leadership before you actually need to bite the bullet and head out to the real world to practice your newly found knowledge.
Why use Interactive Training Games? Interactive Training games are exercises that facilitators and trainers can employ to encourage participants to be more relaxed with each other, essentially become (re-) energized and engaged, and to help break up the pace of the day. Simulations are highly effective teaching tools that have been a staple of training
Gamification is a very powerful tool to acquire, engage, and retain users for different purposes and different industries. In fact, according to a study conducted by Gigya it was found that gamification boosts engagement by one third, with online commenting rising by 13%, social media sharing by 22%, and content discovery by 68%. This study of
Corporate e-learning has now become ubiquitous and has been with us for the last two decades at least. Learners and tutors are now well aware of the fact that training for corporate practices is much more efficiently carried out using e-learning as opposed to instructor-led classroom courses for several reasons. While it makes the