Are you game enough to improve your leadership?

Posted by Brigette Hammer

While being really interested in the content of a recent training course I couldn’t resist the urge to regularly check my smartphone.  I just couldn’t break the habit of flicking through notifications and checking my emails throughout the day.  I’m not alone in this apparently we check our smartphones up to 150 times a day!  I’ve since downloaded a number of ‘business’ apps, to turn my smartphone addiction into something of value and help me develop productive habits during the downtime in my day.

Call me slow on the uptake but I’ve since fallen down an app habit hole!  Can you blame me? I’m human. I like to play. And so I discovered, I can become quite the dedicated student when there’s a competition at stake. Luckily I’m working in an age of gamification-infused leadership improvement and coaching tools.

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