Onboarding game

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  • Business
  • Collaborative
  • Fun
  • Gamification

Onboarding tool from UP Digital

Ready to introduce your new employees to your company in a unique way? Leave a razor-sharp first impression with an interactive tool. Online, live, individually or in groups. Let's make it a game! The focus is on introducing top topics such as your company culture, strategy, history and core values. By means of playful questions, assignments, puzzles & riddles, we make this the best first working day ever! All the tools are designed to energize your newcomers.

A personalized onboarding tool guarantees:

  • Clear and impactful introduction
  • Social interaction and playful learning through game elements
  • Commitment and curiosity
  • A scalable, high-quality process to be operational quickly
  • Special insights via a data dashboard

Example trajectory Onboarding game

  • brainstorm about the need, problem statement
  • collect content
  • place content in tool
  • testing & improving details
  • successful integration and experience

Onboarding game

Make a razor-sharp first impression with an interactive onboarding game.

The UP Digital onboarding tool helps to quickly make the individual part of the team and the organization in a fun way. Of course, this starts with anticipation during pre-boarding so that employees are enthusiastic even before their first official working day. The focus is on introducing the history, corporate culture, strategy, and core values. By means of playful questions, assignments, puzzles & riddles, we make this the best and most impactful onboarding ever. An active and interactive way to make your employees enthusiastic about your company and to touch them with impact. UP Digital helps you with your own tailor-made onboarding game. For example, read the client case of DURA VERMEER .

Clear and Impactful

All questions and assignments in our onboarding games can be customized. The vision, core values, corporate culture, products, and informal aspects of an organization are incorporated into the game through questions, videos, and photos. The participants scan QR codes with a tablet or smartphone and discover the entire company at the same time, literally and figuratively. They have fun, possibly compete with each other and come to valuable insights.

Your own onboarding game can be set up in many different ways. Possible challenges that can be addressed include:

  • What do you want new employees to know about the company and its products?
  • Let new employees understand and experience the company strategy
  • How do you teach employees the DNA of the organization?
  • How do you want to convey the core values?