During a meeting with a client, the conversation shifted to assessment tools. We both agreed that there was a multitude of options and how important it is to choose the right tool for the group. He was interested in having a program conducted for their administration team. The group was fairly young, most of the employees under 30 years old. They had never conducted an assessment in the past. He wanted an assessment that would be fun and also easy to transfer back to the workplace. We decided on True Colors for a number of reasons, but primarily due to the interactive nature of the program. True Colors programs are often referred to as “Edutainment.” I recently did a 6 month follow up call with this client and he said the employees still use the tools they learned in the program and their communication has improved significantly. He said the reason he thought his team retained the learning was because he purchased small items (ie clock, dice, picture) for his employees in their primary color that they displayed openly on their desk. It served as a constant reminder of each others preferences. Simple solution with great results!