It is easy to lead courageously when everything is running smoothly in your organization. But what happens when you or your team are stressed? When you face changes, staffing issues, or a lack of resources? Chances are your behaviors change in stressful circumstances and in the rapidly changing workplace stress is a given. Our latest offering from Giant Leap Consulting puts your Courageous leadership and teamwork to the test in an all-new virtual reality training experience.
OUR VIRTUAL REALITY SERVICES INCLUDE:
Full or Half Day Session- Our virtual reality team building session enables real team training remotely or in-person or a combination of both.
Action and Application – After each session in virtual reality our facilitators will debrief the team to discuss how the virtual game experience applies to their real work life and how they can use what they have learned to improve their interactions at work.
Accelerate Your Training – The virtual reality experience creates a psychologically safe environment that results in true behavior being revealed. Training occurs up to 4x faster in a virtual hands-on environment.
Team Building – Opportunity to investigate how we engage as teams and remove assumptions and biases that can derail team cohesion
Detailed Psychometric Report – Everyone has natural tendencies that affect their natural behavior. Each participant will receive a personalized report addressing how the rank on the three factors of courageous leadership.
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BRING VIRTUAL REALITY TRAINING TO YOUR ORGANIZATION
Be one of the first to bring our cutting-edge team building and leadership development virtual training to your organization. This program is ideal for in-person, remote, and hybrid teams. Through virtual reality, your teams can explore their strengths and weaknesses in a hands-on way that will accelerate training and create real and lasting results. Contact us today to explore how VR training can work for your organization.
“What I was learning and doing really stuck with me more because it was really hands-on. I feel that hands-on and trial and error is the best way to learn and I got that from the VR experience.”