Preparing to communicate a new change to employees? Instead of creating another run-of-the-mill PowerPoint presentation, consider inviting employees to play a game. While a game may seem like a trivial pursuit, behavioral scientists know that games promote participation and learning to:

  • Reinforce desired ways of doing things
  • Provide opportunities to “practice” real-life scenarios without risk
  • Turn difficult problems into fun challenges
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