We’ve helped many clients deliver effective behaviour-change training in their workplace.
Using Equal Reality VR Content, J.P. Morgan was able to run 7 events in 5 countries, with over 200 participants. Training materials and videos allowed them to run the VR internally, without on-site support from Equal Reality. The event was a success with an NPS of +68 and average net positive response of 93%.
Understanding the importance of its human capital and culture, Domain wanted to drive Diversity and Inclusion into the DNA of the company. Domain requested Equal Reality’s help to evoke emotion and empathy, establish a common understanding, and drive behaviour change and personal accountability.
Equal Reality collaborated with mwah to run workshops with Domain’s 643 employees. Domain employees experienced what its like to be bullied, and the subject of abuse of power. Our VR technology increased empathy, and deepened employee’s connection to the DEI learning topics.
Ultimately, the workshops increased participant’s personal accountability and drove effective behaviour change. Additionally, 95% of participants enjoyed the VR experience.
Our custom VR learning experiences deliver real results to clients.
Step into the shoes of Martha, as she experiences a one-sided workplace conversation with her boss. He abuses his position, physically towers over her, refuses to listen and berates her in front of colleagues.
Next, step into the shoes of John in a group meeting. Explore what it feels like to be exluded by colleagues, and have your boss reward them whilst ignoring their behaviour.
Step into the shoes of Allie, as she experiences age bias, assumptions being made about her looks, and patronizing language. Another person takes credit for her idea, and her manager ignores the exclusionary behaviour.
Next, step into the shoes of Matt – a web developer in a wheelchair. Experience bias of colleagues as they make assumptions about your intellectual capability and engage in exclusionary behaviour.
In Groups & Out Groups was designed in collaboration with Carlton United Breweries (CUB). It is part of the multi-award winning learning and development program We’re All In, featuring two VR applications.
Step into the shoes of Leonie, a brewing manager who learns of critical decisions being made outside of office hours. Explore what it feels like to be in the ‘out group’ – excluded, patronized and minimized due to gender bias.
Introverts & Extroverts was designed in collaboration with Carlton United Breweries (CUB). It is part of the multi-award winning learning and development program We’re All In, featuring two VR applications.
Step into the shoes of Mark, an introverted man who has trouble being heard in an extroverted team.
Next, step into the shoes of the manager, Rick, as you practice inclusive leadership.
Step into the shoes of Jack. You are attempting to sign up to a gym with your partner Pierre under the partner membership deal that is currently running.How does it feel when you are dismissed and refused membership based on your sexual orientation?
Next, step into the shoes of Freddy – a customer service representative at Fitness Front. Practice responding to a colleague discriminating against a customer.
Step into the shoes of Jessica, as she is subjected to sexually inappropriate comments and a ‘boys club’ mentality from her colleagues.
Next, step into the shoes of Leonie, who has returned to the Navy after maternity leave. You’ll experience maternity bias, and an unsupportive manager who ignores the unacceptable behaviour.
Next, step into the shoes of Akma, an indigenous man with an electrical engineering degree. Experience assumptions being made about your capabilities based on your appearance.