Your Learners Hate Role-Plays? Virtual Reality is a Solution!
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Date and TimeWed, Jan 09, 2019 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
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Success at work often comes down to difficult conversations. Do you wish your learners had a safe way to learn by doing? Imagine the possibilities for leadership, sales, and customer service if your learners could practice high-stakes interpersonal skill. With immersive VR, it’s now possible to deliver such training at scale. Powered by a blend of AI and live human interaction, mixed reality VR has become the ideal way to gain essential skills in the workplace. It combines true human intelligence with the consistency, customizability, and scalability of AI, unlocking potential in your workforce and ensuring organizational readiness to perform.
Together we will explore:
- How immersive simulations engage auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning
- How organizations are leveraging VR in areas like leadership development, customer service, and sales enablement
- How organizations are elevating the conversation around soft skills through immersive VR
About Christina Yu
Christina Yu is a learning technology executive, an expert in virtual reality simulation and the application of this technology to workforce productivity and engagement. She speaks frequently at human capital conferences on the subjects of soft skills, learning science and the psychology of performance. Prior to her current role, she was on the founding team of a new PaaS adaptive learning division at McGraw-Hill Education, working to open and license technology to corporate learning and higher education partners. She holds an A.B in English and Creative Writing from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A from the NYU Stern School of Business.
About Brentt Brown
As Mursion’s Director of Business Strategy, Brentt is responsible for helping Mursion expand its ground-breaking training platform to new verticals, secure partnerships to fund R&D efforts, and help raise awareness about the power of virtual simulation for occupations that require complex interpersonal skills. Prior to joining Mursion, Brentt was the Director of Innovation at Pivot Learning Partners, a large professional learning and coaching organization in California. In this role Brentt was responsible for leading teams of experienced subject matter experts in designing, piloting and taking to scale new professional learning programs. Brentt has a Master's in Public Policy (MPP) from the University of California Berkeley, and has published numerous articles and research reports.