It’s been quite a while since learning experts and business coaches have taken gamification on board – to improve student/employee engagement, experiment with new motivation techniques and unlock hidden potentials in a revamped environment. Despite all benefits enclosed, a major concern here is the lack of intrinsic motivation that needs no badges, certificates of achievement or other perks to retain students’ interest. Is there any viable manner to keep the audience focused without the carrot – or the stick?
Whether you’re at the start of your career or a veteran in the industry, there’s always room for development. However, the direction you grow in will be dependent on your motivation and support system. Your motivation, or why you chose this path, likely existed before you applied to colleges. But a support system is something that can develop throughout a career. One way to build a network of support is by finding a teaching mentor. Share our full infographic about how to find a life-changing mentor. What Is a Mentor? A mentor is a person who can support, counsel and […]
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