What would happen if your people were motivated to positively change their behaviour while gaining new knowledge and skills ... and had fun too ?
WorldGAMES Facilitated Training Programs
- Experiential learning - learning by doing - works. It is the way we naturally learn to walk, talk and ride a bike. It is the way most adults prefer to learn how to use a computer too.
- Experiential learning is fun, fast, engaging, creates positive behaviour change and improves learning retention rates.
- Most WorldGAMES programs ensure that participants are in action or interacting for at least 95% of the time. Being in action stimulates all the key learning senses, not just the mind, and provides an active experience of the learning.
- In WorldGAMES programs, games and exercises are be used that are metaphors for what happens in the real world, these provide a safe environment to practise new skills and maximise the learning
- Games and exercises simultaneously engage all three of the key information processing preferences that people use: auditory, visual and kinaesthetic. Whether participants prefer to learn by hearing, seeing or experiencing for themselves, the program will be delivered in their preferred learning style.
- Using more than 800 training games, exercises, simulations and management tools as building blocks, WorldGAMES is able to offer the broadest range of training programs to suit your precise needs.
- Your program will be flexibly tailored to precisely fit the learning outcomes, location, participant group, training need and any budget constraints.
- You choose the exact mix of facilitation backgrounds and experience levels you require from the wide range of WorldGAMES facilitators.
- Above all, your training program will be fun, engaging, energised and effective.
- Be prepared for extraordinary results.
"Congratulations: I learnt more about delegation and communication in the 15 minutes of playing that game than I learnt in 10 years in management roles ... I also have a much clearer understanding of the problems of subordinates and the way they can perceive the role of senior management ... a truly brilliant game and one that I believe could save organisations many hundreds of thousands of dollars"
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