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The Gamification Quest

Hosted by Sententia Gamification. Level Up your corporate learning and development programs, employee onboarding, client engagement, or classroom with cutting-edge strategies to motivate and engage employees, customers, and students. Our guests include gamification gurus, platform providers, and end users who give you tips, tools, and techniques to add immediately to your training, talent development leadership, and employee engagement toolbox. Put Gamification to work for you! (www.SententiaGames.com)

Apr 27, 2020

Hacker’s Mind by Elevate Security gamifies the security training process resulting in employees who understand their importance in securing your organization. Turn every employee into a security superhero, and equip the organization to succeed against today’s people-centered risk. 

About Masha Sedova:  Masha Sedova...


Mar 20, 2020

Informational webinars, attract people who are either moderately curious about something that you're offering; wondering if you'll be able to meet their needs.

If you're in HR, Corporate Training, or a Teacher, webinars offer an inexpensive (free) alternative to live, instructor-led sessions. If you are a business owner...


Feb 10, 2020

Tiffany & Co. needed to train security officers to follow an important process when they suspect someone of shoplifting. 

The target audience rarely actually encounters a situation that allows them to apprehend a shoplifter. They must remember and apply Tiffany’s Five Elements of Proof EXACTLY or risk a...


Jan 21, 2020

If you go to our podcast website – www.TheGamifictionQuest.com – you can see the case study that we created around Scott’s award-winning gamification project.

We've also included the slide deck from his GamiCon19 (www.GamiCon.us) Barebones Storytelling that we’re revisiting in this episode. If you were not at...


Nov 8, 2019

The Company provides online training for its global sales and technical staff.

Training a global workforce presents several problems. Sales and technical both need product training, but while their needs differ, there is a significant overlap that blurs the boundaries. The common solution is to create different training...