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Bracing for the Next Great Depression: Key Tips to Manage Inflation Spending

Mar 19, 2024 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
Whispers of a looming economic downturn akin to the Great Depression of the 1930s grow louder. Yes, we’re in a time of economic prosperity right now as the stock market climbs higher, people are finding great jobs, and businesses continue to earn more profits.
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What Technologies Should Your Business Implement in 2024?

Mar 12, 2024 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
2023 was the year ChatGPT and AI took the workplace by storm. Beyond that, it forced employers to look at their balance of technological tools that help current employees do their jobs better while seeking ways to invest in technology to reduce their overall costs.
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What Employee Retention Strategies Should You Implement in 2024?

Mar 5, 2024 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
Employee retention, particularly for your best employees, continues to be a challenge. First, there was the pandemic. Then, there was the fallout from that with the Great Resignation. Other challenges are presenting themselves as Baby Boomers are retiring in massive numbers, leaving an employee gap that is becoming increasingly harder to fill because Gen Zers are not necessarily stepping into traditional employee roles.
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Innovative Bonus Plans That Actually Foster Employee Motivation

Feb 27, 2024 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
Innovative bonus plans go beyond traditional, straightforward models and use creative and strategic approaches to motivate employees.
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Why Using a Bonus Program Is an Effective Motivational Tool

Feb 20, 2024 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
Like most business owners, you seek innovative ways to motivate your teams, enhance productivity, and achieve sustainable success. One powerful strategy is the implementing bonus programs.
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5 Reasons to Bring Your Team to The Great Game of Business Conference

Feb 15, 2024 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
Have you ever wondered what a dose of inspiration, game-changing strategies, and a united team spirit could do for your business? Bring your team to The Great Game of Business Conference and find out! From eye-opening sessions to hands-on workshops, this Conference has value for every member of your team—from associates to the C-suite. Unleash your team's potential, foster collaboration, and watch everyone return with fresh insights to level up your business. Here are 5 reasons you should consider bringing your team to the Conference.
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14 Ways a Business Learning Platform Can Help Develop Your Employees

Dec 14, 2023 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
Learning and development are more than just buzzwords. L&D offers a vibrant retention and recruiting tool to keep your employees engaged and satisfied at your organization while improving their performance and productivity. One aspect of a learning and development program at your organization comes from an automated, self-service software package called a business learning platform, learning management system (LMS), or eLearning platform.
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Why Learning and Development Is Important in the Workplace

Dec 8, 2023 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
In the fast-paced world of modern business, adaptability and innovation are key to staying competitive. Organizations must invest in their most valuable asset to thrive in this environment: their employees. Learning and development (L&D) programs are one of the main driving forces behind employee growth and, in turn, organizational success.
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How to Keep Your Peer Advisory Group Engaged and Motivated

Dec 6, 2023 by Great Game Team 0 Comments
In sports, championships are not won under the bright cameras in front of thousands of screaming fans. They are won after months of hard work and practice, and only after premier athletes spend a decade honing their craft.
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The 7 Secrets of Highly Effective Peer Advisory Groups

Nov 29, 2023 by Great Game Team 1 Comment
Peer advisory groups run the gamut, from informal circles of friends who talk on the phone every day to more formalized approaches like online forums where people meet periodically at the same time every week or month.
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Our approach to running a company was developed to help close one of the biggest gaps in business: the gap between managers and employees. We call our open-book approach The Great Game of Business. What lies at the heart of The Game is a very simple proposition: The best, most efficient, most profitable way to operate a business is to give everybody in the company a voice in saying how the company is run and a stake in the outcome. Let us teach you how to develop a culture of ownership, where employees think, act and feel like owners.