In this conversation, Josh Bersin and Derek Belch, CEO of Strivr, will discuss how Immersive learning is already revolutionizing the way employees train and perform for some of the biggest companies like Walmart, Verizon or JetBlue, and the business benefits they are getting from investing more in employee learning and development.
And because Immersive Learning combines the unique sense of presence of VR with learning theory and data science, it opens up a brand new field of opportunities to actually measure and predict performance at a level never done before.
- How leading companies use VR-based training for operational excellence
- Why Immersive Learning excels at preparing employees for rare, dangerous or expensive situations
- What neuroscience has told us about the benefits of VR
- What unique insights come from Immersive Learning
- How to get started
Global industry analyst
Josh has deep expertise in the areas of corporate HR, talent management, leadership and technology. Founder of Bersin by Deloitte, Josh continues to serve as a senior advisor to Deloitte and sits on the board of the UC Berkeley Haas Business School Executive Education. He is passionate about leadership development and is frequently featured in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review and Fast Company.
Derek Belch is the co-founder and CEO of Strivr. The original idea came to him while he was pursuing his third Masters degree at Stanford University, this one in Virtual Reality. Working as a Graduate Assistant Coach for the Stanford Cardinals football team, he realized the incredible potential of combining virtual reality and the science of learning, in both sports and beyond. He approached his advisor, Jeremy Bailenson of Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, who has spent several decades exploring the powerful potential of VR and its effects on the brain, and together they founded Strivr.