VR Training soft skills overview
Developing Soft Skills Through Virtual Reality (VR)
The nature of work is rapidly changing and constantly requires employees to develop their skills to succeed, the importance of ongoing learning will continue to be critical to individuals and businesses performance.
A recent LinkedIn Learning Report indicated that the workforce agrees, training for soft skills is the #1 priority.
Deloittes 2017 Soft skills for business success white paper indicated that by 2030, soft skill intensive occupations will make up almost two thirds of the workforce.
While traditional training such as e-learning can provide learners with facts and concepts, the experiential and performance-based practices typically used to develop soft skills behaviors are best obtained through application and practice face to face under the guidance of a facilitator or coach.
Key challenges in meeting the growing need to develop soft skills are:
One only has to look at the average annual spend on leadership/culture development in organisations to see the value that is put on such skills.