eSimulations: Are You Up to the Challenge?
- Can now contain hundreds (and in some cases thousands) of video-based nodes, meaning they can accurately reflect small changes in tone and language.
- Deliver a consistent experience for every user, eliminate the variability inherent in a live human role-player and can be scored in such a way that they eliminate rater (coach) bias.
- Provide significantly more practice opportunities than classroom-based live-role play.
- How do I allocate my resources most effectively across multiple projects?
- How do I increase employee engagement?
- How do I handle conflict among coworkers?
- How do I develop my people – both through assignments and through coaching?
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