Training that Allows People to Take a Walk in Someone Else's Shoes

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Technology has forced us all to adapt to the new world, including workplaces.

Employers are scrambling to adapt their technology to meet the needs of their people and keep up with the competition. Unfortunately, Some areas of organizations are slow to change, such as how we train and develop our employees, and Wendy Morgan and Maggie Hubbel, co-founders of Shift Bias, are here to change that.

In this episode, Morgan and Hubbel describe how virtual reality training can more effectively train people on diversity, equity, and inclusion. They call it the "empathy machine" because it allows people to walk in others' shoes.

Listen in for an engaging conversation about technology, new methods of training, and how they're helping the fight against COVID-19 using their technology.

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