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Virtual Reality for Leadership Development

Immerse Leaders in a New Learning Environment

The fastest and most effective way to learn is by doing. But leaders don’t always get the chance to learn on the job. It takes time for them to gain the knowledge and leadership experience to get it right. This is where virtual reality for leadership development can help. 

Virtual reality opens up a whole new world of experiential learning, giving your leaders the benefits of on-the-job learning, without the risks of failure. Fueled by our award-winning leadership development content, DDI’s VR experiences immerse your leaders in realistic simulations. In a safe virtual environment, your leaders have the opportunity to learn like they are on the job, but without the risk. And the best part? No distractions. 

How VR Drives Inclusion

Why is inclusion so tough to achieve? Because many people have never experienced the opposite – exclusion. They’re not emotionally connected to the issue, but virtual reality can change that!  

DDI’s Virtual Reality Inclusion Experience immerses leaders in what it’s like to feel excluded and works to develop empathy. This can change the course of inclusion in your organization. 

Explore our VR Inclusion Experience

I started to think, 'Have I been on the other side of the table where I’ve made people feel like they can’t get a word in edgewise?'  

See the story in Fortune magazine

Use VR to Practice Soft Skills

Virtual reality is a whole new way for leaders to practice their soft skills, creating new options for blended learning. The theory and classroom is online for participants to learn on their own. They then wear a headset to practice and talk about their experiences. Participants get all of the practice without any fear of failure. 

Using VR also enables leaders to practice tough and emotional conversations – the kind you won’t see in the classroom.  

Learn more about VR soft skills

Virtual reality has the power to help leaders experience and manage emotional leadership situations in a way that no other tool or learning technique can. 

See the story in HR Executive Magazine