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Webinar: 5 Ways to Use Gamification Theory to Train and Motivate Your Team Virtually!
February 25, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm EST
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021
12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT
As the world shifted to remote work this past year, traditional training methods became more difficult to implement and employees became more stressed, overwhelmed and exhausted. So, companies have been meeting them where they are and making training more fun and effective with games and gamification. As a result, they are seeing improved engagement with their training content and increased knowledge comprehension and retention.
Join us for this LTEN webinar, sponsored by The Game Agency, as Jaime McDonald of The Game Agency and Carrie Wiser, instructional designer, will explain how to:
- Build a virtual, interactive learning community that your team is craving.
- Create mixed media learning journeys that will keep your team engaged.
- Nudge and encourage your team to train daily and immerse themselves in the content.
- Reward your team with tangible prizes that will motivate them to climb the leaderboard.
- Measure engagement to understand the effectiveness of your training efforts.
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About the Presenters
Jaime McDonald, executive vice president of customer success at The Game Agency, oversees strategy and working with customers to develop game-based solutions to transform employee training and education into an engaging and effective experience to maximize learning outcomes. Prior to her career in games and technology, Jaime spent 15 years in the music industry, at EMI-Capitol Records and eMusic, developing strategic partnerships between leading major label artists and brands. Jaime is a graduate of the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.
Carrie Wiser, senior instructional designer, balances a creative vision with the practical realities of developing and delivering content to learners. She partners with clients to analyze performance needs; design engaging, authentic, learner-centered experiences; and build truly effective solutions that align with business outcomes, learning theory and emerging trends. Her 20 years of experience span a wide variety of clients in the private sector, federal government, and higher education. Carrie earned her M.Ed. in Instructional Technology/Computer-based Education from the University of Georgia.