Staff are self-motivated to complete training because they “want to” vs. “have to”
When staff are self-motivated to learn, their ability to retain skills is greatly improved
Increased motivation and retention successfully position staff to perform better on the job
Incorporating interactive learner engagement elements into your training moves your staff from completing training because they “have to” — to becoming active participants in their development.
Gaming elements provide staff with focused goals and rewards that incentivize compliance with their training plan and demonstrate the knowledge they’ve acquired from the courses.
Drives compliance with training plans by rewarding early course completions.
Fosters knowledge retention by awarding points for high exam scores.
Encourages learner pride in and individual ownership of their training.
Enforces long-term motivation and friendly competition while making it easy to track results for each individual, team or department.
Increases staff engagement which results in improved knowledge retention, performance and client outcomes.