Our Online Gamification Courses
In this course we will assume that you have decided to explore the route of applying game techniques and dynamics as well as a dose of game psychology to your business.
We will look in greater depth at how you can start thinking about gamification and in which areas of your business it can be applied or not.
Our objective is to answer some of the questions you may have when looking at designing a business process to be more engaging, create more loyalty and for your messages or practices to be more memorable.
We invite you to join on this journey and we hope you are ready for some fun surprises.
What can trainers and coaches learn from the games industry?
The biggest complaint about games is that they are so engaging that they are nearly addictive. How about that kind of feedback about your training program?
For most people games are fun, however most training programs, especially in the corporate sector, receive ‘blah’ as their most regular response, so we will delve into how you can make your training and coaching serious fun, engaging and sticky.
In a game the player is in the driver seat, we will look into how you can recreate this in your training course.
Levels, feedback, mastery and the game techniques that drive these can help trainers and coaches structure a better, more transformational program
Regular success with positive reinforcement as well as regular failure with immediate feedback are key to a great game
Games have a clear journey and entice you along, whilst mostly unconsciously you are also mastering new skills
Gamification for coaches and trainers was recorded as a live webinar series, where we share how to use the best of game design for your next training or coaching program.
Recruitment is a business process, which in some industries has already been gone through a gamification process with the appearance of hack-a-thons, simulations and assessment centre approaches.
In this course we will share with you how to construct your own gamified recruitment process based on your business and job requirements.
We will explore how the world of work and jobs has changed, with more people holding a portfolio of projects rather than a full-time job. Freelancing and short-term contracts may well be a real choice for some employees for lifestyle reasons.
We are confident that our content is well researched and whilst we are a bit perfectionist about our own gamification of courses, we are inviting you to take a sneak peak at the ridiculously low introductory price and see how we transform it from a video only to a full-on gamified course along the way. You buy once and you see the process evolve, how cool is that!
Work life balance is the area where our chief game changer An Coppens first gained notoriety both locally as well as on national TV in Ireland and then in 2012 she published her book “Leading the Boss in the mirror” which basically gives a full overview of how she believes you can aim for your work life balance if that is indeed what you want to aim for.
In this course she share a fun way of looking at achieving work life balance. Some of the material was tried and tested on television, so we know it has worked. Gamification can be applied to parts of life too and that is pretty much how An runs her own life most of the time with mini-levels, win scenarios and experiences that matter.
We invite you to join the journey to make your own life a bit more like what you envisage it to be.