Leveraging Gamification

  • 15 Oct 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Larimer Workforce Center, 200 W Oak, Fort Collins, CO - Carter Lake Room (1st Floor, Rm 152)

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Leveraging Gamification: Enhance Learning & Outcomes

Gamification: It’s a great way to increase learner engagement. But can it help your training program scale the rungs of Kirkpatrick’s 4 Levels? Yes! The key is to use the principles of instructional design and performance improvement to guide your gaming decisions. In this session, Kerri will share a case study to illustrate this decision process. She will include hands-on activities to help participants incorporate gamification into their training designs.

After this session, participants will be able to:

  1. List the benefits of training gamification

  2. Discuss key connections between Bloom’s Taxonomy, Kirkpatrick’s measurement framework, and effective game design for adult learners 

  3. Select gamified training elements to enhance desired learning and business outcomes

  4. Identify resources to help trainers successfully apply gaming techniques

When: Thursday, 10/15/20, 11:30-1:30

  • 11:30-12:00 - Lunch & Networking
  • 12:00-1:00 - Leveraging Gamification
  • 1:00-1:30 - Discussion (if you can stay!)

Where: Larimer Workforce Center - 1st Floor, 200 West Oak, Fort Collins, CO - In the Carter Lake Room #152

About the Presenter

Kerri’s career spans 15+ years in training and education--she is tenacious about ensuring that learning and performance solutions drive business outcomes. Kerri is committed to ensuring outstanding learning experiences, with a tenure in sales performance improvement in the high-tech industry. She has designed and managed global sales kickoff training, supported worldwide deployments of sales methodologies (e.g., Challenger™ and Solution Selling®), and collected and leveraged “tribal” sales knowledge and lessons learned to help account teams compete more effectively. Her recognitions and awards include: Recipient of Brandon Hall’s “Gold Award for Best Sales Onboarding”; being pictured with colleagues in the October 2018 edition of TD Mag for helping Hitachi’s Global Learning organization win ATD’s “BEST Award” for three consecutive years; Corporate University Xchange awards; and she is the author of Instructional Design for Web-based Training (© 2000 HRD Press).
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