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You can't afford to have your people freeze up when faced with business reality. A simulation-based approach to talent communications allows your people to experience the consequences of their actions in a realistic but risk free business environment...
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Who says training can't be fun? With game-based content, we have permission to add competition into the learning methodology and all generations love to compete. Employees learn more as they play over and over, competing for high scores and incentives. All generations love to compete. With game-based content we have permission to add competition into the learning methodology. A ticking clock keeps the competitive juices flowing, with scoring based on correct answers and speed of response. When employees compete for top score 'bragging rights' and incentives, participation and excitement go up!
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Today's candidates expect a more engaging and informative job application experience. They want to know "What's in it for me?" Recruiting materials are the first communication that future employees receive from you. Are you creating the right impression? Transport candidates into a self-led, dynamic, realistic job preview that tells the employer-brand story and communicates core values, mission and business philosophy...
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The orientation of new hires is not a time to take risks. A 2008 Booz Allen Hamilton study confirms that successfully on-boarding employees during their first year raises retention by as much as 25 percent, improves performance and accelerates the time to full productivity. Brand and culture need to be aligned. An articulated employer brand gets everyone on the "brand culture bus"...
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Your employees want to grow with your organization. It's up to you to provide the tools to help them. Why undermine their confidence with on-the-job mistakes when you can let them learn risk-free in realistic and engaging simulations?
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If employees don't know what your company stands for, expensive mistakes will be made and corporate culture will suffer. Once employees see the cultural context of their role and the business implications of potential mistakes, they can embrace, and commit to, guidelines and comply with standards.
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