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How immersive simulations improve employee learning and retention

Toolbox - Conor Gaffney, Chief Product Officer, ETU

ETU's Chief Product Officer, Conor Gaffney, recently contributed an article to Toolbox that focused on how organizations can improve employee learning and retention with immersive simulations.

When we get emotional, it’s a memorable experience which can impact our ability to learn. Conventional e-learning often fails to create an emotional connection with learners. Immersive simulations do, as they create an emotional response that leads to employee buy-in, skills retention, and behavioral change.

Using immersive simulations in place of ordinary e-learning experiences is not only a better emotional experience for the learner, but ultimately it is a better business decision. 

To read the full article, click here.

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