Kerstin Klockenbrink, Head of Dometic Academy
|Company||Dometic, mobile living|
|Training||Dometic uses video games as a training method to attract and retain talent|
|Skills Developed||Continuous Learning, self-confidence, coaching, communicating effectively, work-life balance, steady focus, change management, conflict management, innovation and creativity, leadership, negotiation, drive to deliver results, analytical thinking, planning, organizing and coordinating, problem solving, tolerance to pressure, decision-making, teamwork.|
|Serious Games||Merchants, Serious Games on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution|
Pacific, Serious Game on Leadership and Team Management
Triskelion, Serious Game on Time Management and Productivity
2100, Serious Game on Customer Service
The Swedish-based company Dometic Group is a global leader in the production of air conditioning, hygiene, refrigeration, and security for all type of vehicles (RVs, cars, trucks, and boats). This company, whose slogan is “Mobile living made easy”, has over 6,500 employees worldwide, with a turnover of 1.25 billion euros in 2016.
Like many other companies, Dometic faces the difficult challenge of attracting and retaining talent. The professional world has become an almost completely cloud-based environment where knowledge truly is power. It is now of utmost importance for companies to have the best employees possible to beat out the competition—more so in the competitive German market where its strong economic growth is making it more and more difficult for HR departments to attract and retain talent.
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