Enhance Employee Training With Immersive Learning
Most employees avoid training at all costs because it’s generic, boring, and time-consuming. They’d rather be doing something more productive, like hitting their sales targets or tackling that pile of paperwork. But immersive learning gives you the power to pique their interest and develop activities that resonate with them. They have the opportunity to cultivate crucial skills, identify limiting performance behaviors, and expand their experiential knowledge. All without taking real-world risks that might lead to lower sales, lower customer service scores, and workplace accidents. They get as many “do-overs” as they like to fine-tune their approach. Here’s how to use immersive learning to foster an emotional connection and build meaning.
1. Simulations Framed With Personal Anecdotes
The most profound immersive learning experiences are based on real-world challenges that are relatable. Invite employees to…