Can Virtual Reality be a Gym for Soft Skills? Think Leadership, Sales, Service!


Christina yu
Vice President, Mursion
Brentt brown
VP of Learning Strategy, Mursion
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Across industries and functions, soft skills are a clear differentiator in individual and team performance. They are both rare and valuable because they require real experience (mistakes, failure and reflection) to master and reach higher on Bloom’s taxonomy. But how can your learners practice high-stakes interpersonal situations in a safe and efficient fashion?

By using mixed reality VR, you can combine authentic human interaction enhanced with artificial intelligence to scale training and drive true behavior change. 

In this innovative webinar, you’ll...
  • have a chance to “choose your own adventure” and see a simulation come to life
  • grasp the principles of scenario design 
  • dive deep into the science of soft skills training! 

Get the most out of an hour and bring something back to share with your organization.


About Christina Yu

Christina Yu is an executive at Mursion, a VR company for building emotional intelligence in the workplace. She holds an AB in English and Creative Writing from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business. Prior to her current role, she helped launch a PaaS adaptive learning division at McGraw-Hill Education, where she was the head of marketing, and managed a portfolio of higher-ed adaptive products. She also worked at the edtech startup Knewton, and as a professor of English at Kean University and Southern Connecticut State University. 

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.


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