• Combines four levels of insight (360 feedback, coaching insights, biometrics, and VR behaviors), more than traditional development offerings
• Supported by 4 key principles:
1. Authentic behavior. Behaving ‘authentically’ in VR means we can learn the most about our behavior, doing so in a safe and non-judgemental space. We can not ‘prepare’ for the environments in VR and therefore are likely to act and respond more authentically. VR has the power to help us to make predictions about likely real-life behavior.
2. Strong retention. We remember what stands out. Participants remember their VR experience, they talk about it, they reflect, and this helps embed meaningful change.
3. Multi-level stimulation. Engage cognitive; somatic and emotional responses which leads to deeper insights, and lasting impact, than traditional learning.
4. Faster ‘aha’ moments. Whilst executive coaching uncovers great insights and heightens awareness – VR can accelerate these moments and get to ‘action’ quicker.