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SuperBetter At Work
SuperBetter At Work is a comprehensive resilience building tool that helps employees thrive by applying gameful strengths like optimism, strategic thinking, overcoming obstacles and teamwork to become stronger in all areas of their lives.
Since its inception in 2009 by renowned game designer and New York Times best-selling author, Jane McGonigal, SuperBetter® has helped over 700,000+ users globally to overcome obstacles and tackle real-life challenges. Now, Jane McGonigal’s ideas and methodology have been optimized for SuperBetter At Work, a comprehensive resilience-building tool that has been designed from the ground up to meet the unique needs of employers and the cultural and social dynamics of the workplace. SuperBetter At Work helps employees build resilience physically, socially, mentally, and emotionally to overcome obstacles and achieve their most epic wins.
SuperBetter and its Live Gamefully® methodology are powered by science, positive psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy and sustainable behavior change, making it uniquely powerful as a resilience and gameful engagement tool. The effectiveness of using SuperBetter is validated in published clinical and randomized controlled trials and has been shown to increase resilience, optimism, self-efficacy, social support, life satisfaction; and reduce anxiety, depression, and feelings of hopelessness.
SuperBetter At Work uses a completely different approach than traditional e-learning models. At the core of SuperBetter is the Live Gamefully® methodology which equips employees with a powerful and engaging gameful mindset to achieve goals and overcome obstacles in real life. What makes this gameful method especially salient is the brain science showing that playing — in contrast to learning — ‘lights up’ areas of the brain associated with motivation, goal orientation, learning and memory. Two published studies, more than three quarters of a million users, and #1 effectiveness for reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression in two separate meta-analysis suggest that we’re onto something.