‘What Would You Do?’ is a game designed to bring peers together in order to work through business issues in a fun, engaging way. WWYD challenges and encourages teams to learn from one another through cost-effective, flexible gamified learning. This unique and creative business solution was sparked when our client presented us with a challenge…and we accepted.
WWYD offers ultimate flexibility in learning design, allowing learning to be delivered through short regular sessions.
What Would You Do? is a gamified learning experience that focuses on thinking, mindset and behaviours.
WWYD presents typical day-to-day situations for peers to debate what they feel is the right thing to do. Using gameplay dynamics, participants discuss, listen and exchange views and opinions. Playing in a ‘safe’ environment where participants can express their views without fear enables open participation and encourages them to value and appreciate the different views and opinions of others.
The richness and diversity in debate means participants learn from each other and how to consider important factors before arriving at an objective decision. The aim is to prepare them for situations they face every day and challenge them to think before they act.
Who is it for?
WWYD was designed for first line managers, team leaders and supervisors. It also works to develop graduates and as part of your programme to identify management potential.
“We now have a solution to our management training needs which is cost-effective, engaging, and has the flexibility to fit around our operational needs. It also has longevity as it can be repeated again and again, with different teams and dynamics.
Sonia Belfield, Adient plc
‘What Would You Do?’ launched for managers in March and will be followed by additional variations for other roles and behaviours.
‘What Would You Do?’ is highly cost effective, requires no preparation and can be played straight out of the box, whether pre-planned or by utilizing some unexpected downtime.
What Would You Do?…Changing Behaviors Through Gamified Learning.
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