Why do messages so rarely stick? Why aren't meetings more engaging? When did meetings become lectures? Maybe there is a better way of doing it?
A recent study of over 1,500 participants concluded that, on average, people remember 4 PowerPoint slides out of 20 after 48 hours.
Worse still, after a couple more days retention rates declined even more. By then:
An MIT study concluded that the same retention problems persist, much to the surprise of executives
The survey of 8,000 managers in 250 corporations found that only 55% of managers could name a single one of their company’s top five priorities. This was a big surprise to executives.
If you want to learn more, this Harvard Business Review video explains why strategic objectives are poorly understood:
The average person has sat through 1,000 PowerPoint presentations before. Cognitive Filters mean that when we think we’ve seen or heard something before, we tune out. To overcome Cognitive Bias, we have to truly experience our information, not just hear it.
"Active Learning is the process of using Gamification and Team Work to bolster Audience Engagement and enhance learning."
The National Academy of Sciences concluded that Active Learning makes student failure rates plummet by 35 % compared to traditional lectures. This was the largest and most comprehensive review of the effect of Active Learning in education, and there’s plenty more research that praises this process. Read the full article in Wired here.
American Educationist Edgar Dale’s pyramid rates the effectiveness of the various methods of learning
“If executives really want their strategies to be understood they should focus less on their PowerPoint slides and more on how they structure and lead discussions in the organization”
-Donald Sull HBR
We deliver creative solutions to our clients' most complex Internal communication and Employee engagement challenges. Although custom-designed, all products are based on efficient templates. Some of the most common challenges include:
Develop a ”one company” mindset
Get the top managers aligned and excited by the new strategy
Create more engagement and share best practices
Make the Core Values more tangible and connect them to everyday work life
Energize the team through cooperation and competition
Onboard and educate new employees
Facilitate Efficient and Creative Brain Storming
We help take the participants from Passive Listeners to Active Contributors. We make sure that every single individual is active throughout the meeting, through vivid peer-2-peer group discussions. That is what drives real engagement.
When you gamify a challenge, you get better results, faster. These products work for small or large teams (from a huddle of six to a group of thousands) and are designed to crack a variety of challenges. From rolling out a new communication strategy to embedding corporate values, here’s a snapshot of some of our powerful products:
Customer Centricity Workshop
Core Values Game
Deadline Logistics Challenge
Digital Transformation Game
Our off-the-shelf games are designed to make people talk, think and connect in new ways. Each year, we send over 500 teams off on extraordinary, thrilling and memorable group experiences. Similarly to our workshops and business games, we use the latest technology (including sleek, fast tablets) and work with teams of any size.
In one of our recent studies, we asked our clients if they would recommend our interactive meetings to others that were planning a conference.
”Fun, interactive and very inspiring”
– Elisabeth Carlen, Senior Service Specialist, Zurich
”Exciting, modern, future oriented and signals change”
– Peter Bodin, CEO, Grant Thornton
”I have never experienced so many people spontaneously coming up to me and telling me how great the day was and how fun it was to work in groups during the two hours that the experience lasted.”
– Herman von Greiff, Country Manager, Basware
Area Developer Knut Skille, Oslo:
“I’ve been working in the events industry for 15 years and have never come across anything as powerful as the Green Hat People product offerings.
The team building activities were easily sold from the start and the more advanced products, especially the business games, are attracting a lot of attention and are proving to be easily sold and wonderfully simple to adapt and deliver.
As an Area Developer, I’m leading a highly profitable enterprise where we can arrange extremely valuable activities for our clients at minimal work from our part. The products are well thought through, nicely packaged, tried and tested and of very high quality.
I sincerely think that we’re only seeing the tip of the iceberg when it comes to these types of offerings in Oslo. The events industry over here is really longing for new, fresh and exciting content, and the products and services that we can offer are so far ahead of the competition that it feels like we can keep on going for a long time.”
We offer a turnkey concept with 15 off-the-shelf products to supercharge company meetings, exclusive in your region. Our concept is based on proven methodology that combines gamification techniques, off-the-shelf products and proprietary technology.
Get in touch to find out more!
-Alan Moore, Zurich Insurance
-Herman von Greiff, Country Manager, Sweden at Basware
-Niklas Werge, Head of Internal Communications, RSA Scandinavia
-Annika Kitti, Electrolux
-Hanna Lycken, Nordea
-Annika Vangstad, Landshypotek