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Role Of Gamification In HR

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Gamification in HR is not just about making work fun but about leveraging our innate human traits. Our competitive spirit, our hunger for recognition, and our thirst for growth and challenge. Gamification in HR can lead to increased employee engagement, improved productivity, and a more positive work environment.

To explore this subject further, we're joined by Harshit Upadhyay, Senior Manager‚ÄĒPeople Strategy at Publicis Sapient.

Host of this Episode: Sanjeevani Saikia

Guest Bio

Harshit Upadhyay is a strategic HR leader with rich experience in building talent solutions to drive business outcomes. During his career, he has crafted cultures, ones with hearts and smarts, thereby enabling people to excel at the work they do. His diverse array of work in various aspects of the HR domain, coupled with an international stint in the US, has helped him amass a wealth of well-rounded experience in partnering with business and building people capability.

He calls himself a passionate People Engineer, focused on building capability and driving talent solutions through Strategic HR Partnership, Org Design & Development, Digital Capability Building, Listening Ecosystem & Analytics.

Currently, Harshit is working as Senior Manager- People Strategy at Publicis Sapient.

Connect with Harshit on Linkedin

Timestamps

(01:21) Harshit's corporate journey so far.

(03:50) Discover how gamification attracts top talent and streamlines hiring.

(09:00) Learn strategies to ignite enthusiasm and foster collaboration.

(14:40) See how gamified experiences accelerate skill development.

(19:20) Explore strategies for maintaining inclusivity in gamified processes.

(24:19) Unlock valuable data for informed decision-making.

(28:27) End Note.

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