Leadership development simulations offer a great way for managers at all levels to improve their skills, inspire their teams and enhance business results.
Simulations allow leaders to find new ways of dealing with real issues, and manage their people more effectively.
An essential component of effective leadership development is the ability to practice in a safe environment, to make mistakes and learn from those mistakes without adverse consequences. Simulation learning provides this psychological safety. At the same time, our simulation platform provides continuous rich insights on performance gaps.
Immersive learning experiences place learners into realistic job-relevant scenarios where they can apply what they know to solve business critical problems.
Immersive simulations allow learners to safely and repeatedly practice critical decision making in challenging business contexts that in the real world carry significant risks.
Real-time analytics that inform personalized learning paths enable learners to concentrate on their weaknesses to improve performance outcomes.
The modern workforce demands access to immersive learning anytime, anywhere in bite-sized chunks in support of improved career options and success.
Traditional face to face instructor-led training (ILT) is costly, time-consuming, impractical to scale, and often ineffective. The need to digitize and scale corporate learning is pressing, especially in ‘soft skill’ disciplines such as leadership, negotiation, reasoning, critical and creative thinking.
A leading global professional service firm with over 100,000 employees used immersive simulations to develop senior leaders’ abilities to drive change within the organization. The program of six micro-simulations were constructed to support the implementation of a broader ‘Leading Change’ training program within the firm. The immersive simulations presented realistic and challenging scenarios where the learners could test and develop their skills and behaviors while receiving personalized coaching on their decisions.
Two challenges that ETU have really helped us with. One is the effective instruction …. and the second thing is the measurement … we get data all the way from learning to application.
Global CLO at EY