The Benefits of Game-Based Negotiation Training
If you believe your workforce could benefit from online negotiation training, you’ve probably been looking into the many options available to you and wondering what will best suit your needs. While traditional e-learning courses and in-person seminars are always an option, the skill-based approach provided by game-based learning courses has proven to be an effective solution for many businesses.
How Does Game-Based Negotiation Training Compare to Traditional Corporate Training?
In a traditional corporate training course, employees are generally given a knowledge-based lecture followed by a quiz to measure knowledge acquisition, which may or may not translate to real-life skill building. In a game-based approach, employees are challenged to develop and then use newly acquired negotiation skills in a competitive and safe environment. A game-based learning approach means that:
- Users spend more time practicing negotiation skills. Instead of spending training time listening to a lecture or clicking through text, users are constantly learning and practicing new skills in a variety of scenarios that mimic real-life situations.
- Users are presented with increasingly complex scenarios. While traditional corporate training approaches are limited to simple examples, a game-based approach means that scenarios can become increasingly complex as the user hones his or her skills.
- Users get frequent and personalized feedback during the course. While it may be impossible to provide targeted, individual feedback in a traditional training course, a game-based training course provides ongoing feedback and reinforcement for each individual taking the course.
To learn more about our game-based e-learning courses, give Game On! Learning a call today at 1-888-725-GAME (1-888-725-4263).
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