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For talent development and HR/OD professionals and the people who lead them, you will learn new skills that will strengthen your organization so you are positioned to accelerate into the future. Learn More
26-30
2020
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For talent development and HR/OD professionals and the people who lead them, you will learn new skills that will strengthen your organization so you are positioned to accelerate into the future. Learn More

Recent Webinars

Soft Skills Training Soft Skills, highly valued in today's workplace, help employees collaborate and function effectively. According to Indeed, soft skills include any skill that can be classified as a personality trait or habit such as problem-solving, communication, teamwork, and conflict resolution. Soft skills are hard to teach but they do need to be explored, practiced and learned through trial and error. A well-created branching path game can help train and reinforce soft skills to enhance a person’s confidence and job strengths.
Soft Skills Training Soft Skills, highly valued in today's workplace, help employees collaborate and function effectively. According to Indeed, soft skills include any skill that can be classified as a personality trait or habit such as problem-solving, communication, teamwork, and conflict resolution. Soft skills are hard to teach but they do need to be explored, practiced and learned through trial and error. A well-created branching path game can help train and reinforce soft skills to enhance a person’s confidence and job strengths.
The Game Agency invited Harry Friedman, Emmy® Award-winning Executive Producer of Jeopardy!® and Wheel of Fortune to discuss how the Jeopardy! format is perfect for assessing knowledge.
Christina Lorenzo of CHEST will demonstrate how she uses simulation games to train pulmonologists.
Why Games? So the first question we often get asked is why use games for training? Simply, employees are distracted, not stimulated and crave feedback
Games engage people, increases attention, sustain focus and drives improvement. With our DIY game authoring tool, The Training Arcade®, anyone can build games with their own learning content in minutes, drive fun and engagement, track knowledge retention, and encourage friendly competition. Games provide a venue to engage learners on a much deeper level and turn their training from a passive experience to a much more active experience.
The Game Agency invited Harry Friedman, Emmy® Award-winning Executive Producer of Jeopardy!® and Wheel of Fortune to discuss how the Jeopardy! format is perfect for assessing knowledge.
Christina Lorenzo of CHEST will demonstrate how she uses simulation games to train pulmonologists.
Why Games? So the first question we often get asked is why use games for training? Simply, employees are distracted, not stimulated and crave feedback
Games engage people, increases attention, sustain focus and drives improvement. With our DIY game authoring tool, The Training Arcade®, anyone can build games with their own learning content in minutes, drive fun and engagement, track knowledge retention, and encourage friendly competition. Games provide a venue to engage learners on a much deeper level and turn their training from a passive experience to a much more active experience.
Using our DIY game authoring tool, The Training Arcade®, we'll walk you through the platform and show you how easy it is to build your own games fast. We'll build a Jeopardy! game together and then play the game in the Instructor Mode. You'll see how easy it is to control a multi-player game in a live or virtual setting where learners can play and learn on their own devices. Let's have some fun!
Using our DIY game authoring tool, The Training Arcade®, we'll walk you through the platform and show you how easy it is to build your own games fast. We'll build a Jeopardy! game together and then play the game in the Instructor Mode. You'll see how easy it is to control a multi-player game in a live or virtual setting where learners can play and learn on their own devices. Let's have some fun!

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