Build Employee Loyalty and Engagement with the Right Training.
Keeping your employees – especially top performers – engaged is a challenge in today’s competitive talent market. We all wrestle with increasing employee performance and keeping turnover at acceptable levels.
A recent article by the American Management Association predicts that in 2013, “senior management will turn to Human Resources and Training and Development to build closer relationships with high-performing workers and to use development as a means to improve employee retention and engagement.”
Integrating online game-based learning into your talent development strategy is an excellent way to get employees excited about training – and engaged in their work. Our courses have a proven track record helping organizations deliver high impact training initiatives.
Innovative features like fun competition among colleagues, extensive skill applications in a real world environment, and personalized feedback can help learner satisfaction rates skyrocket. Our research supports this. Ninety-nine percent of our learners would recommend our course and 92% of learners completed their course after starting it. Compare those results with traditional elearning!
Here is what they have to say.
“I really had a good time with Merchants. It’s original, fun, challenging, outside of the ordinary. It hooks you!”
“Really enjoyable and above all, you learn without trying since the setting and implementation are superb. Congratulations, it’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a course so much.”
“Fun and effective! I had lots of fun and I learned so much!”
Imagine the positive buzz and learner engagement your training programs would generate with testimonials like these!
Contact us today by calling (888) 725-GAME and ask one of our Game Changers how our programs can help you build loyalty and engagement with your employees. Or send an email to email@example.com to request more information.
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