Effective employee training has traditionally come at a cost. For the best learning to take place, most companies have poured significant amounts of money into expert instructors that either provide on-the-job training or 1:1 mentorship to employees. But with the evolution of Virtual Reality (VR), business leaders are finding that they no longer need to sacrifice effectiveness or scale in order to train their employees.
Watch Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab and world-renowned VR expert, share his findings on why VR is the most engaging, scalable and effective way to train employees.
- How VR training differs from traditional methods
- Why employees learn better and retain more with VR
- Ways to build empathy in your employees
- How to create the most effective training content for VR
Founding director of Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab and co-founder of Strivr
Jeremy is one of the world’s leading experts in Virtual Reality. For the last two decades, he has researched how the brain learns and what role Virtual Reality can play in that process. His findings have been published in over 100 academic papers, and he has written several books on the topic, including “Experience on Demand: What Virtual Reality Is, How It Works, and What It Can Do.” Jeremy is currently co-chairing the inaugural Global Future Council on Virtual and Augmented Reality for the World Economic Forum.