game based training

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Whether you are consciously aware of it or not, Leadership training on some level is always present whether it’s continually leading yourself or others in some way – you don’t necessarily have to have a large team reporting to you consistently to be considered a leader and to need effective leadership training skills.    

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

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virtual reality training, game based training

Initially, game based training and virtual reality training was something completely unheard of. The corporate learning environment was bursting with boring presentations filled with too many words, occupying too many slides with something as obscure as Virtual reality training to make no sense at all Most of the instruction was a lecture-style, delivered face-to-face in

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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