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Fads tend to come and go very quickly, whereas trends tend to last for years or decades, evolving and changing as they go. Metaverse technology and online immersive experiences are gaining in popularity and have the potential to revolutionise the way corporate learning programmes are delivered. According to a McKinsey report, three of five business leaders expect the metaverse to change the way their organisations operate.

So, is learning in the metaverse here to stay or will it have short-lived popularity and soon die away?

In HRO’s upcoming webinar, in partnership with learning design consultancy Capability Group, discover how the rise of virtual reality platforms reflects the expanding use of the metaverse to deal to the age-old problem of delivering impactful learning at scale.

In a 60-minute complimentary session, you can look forward to a highly engaging conversation related to the following questions:

  • What problem does virtual reality solve?

  • Why should you be considering VR and the metaverse in your learning strategies now?

  • What virtual reality platforms and solutions are available today?

  • What are some current use cases?

  • How are these platforms and experiences evolving? What’s next?

  • Research shows APAC CEOs are more likely than their global counterparts to invest in the metaverse, so make sure you're equipped to have the right conversations with your leadership peers. See you there!
    • Welcome Address
    • Panel discussion with industry HR speakers, moderated by HRO’s Aditi Sharma Kalra
    • Live Q&A with audience
    • Summary of Key Takeaways
    Drew McGuire
    CEO and Co-Owner, Capability Group
    Drew is currently a Director and owner of Capability Group, an organisational development consultancy that operates at the intersection of behavioural psychology, design and learning technology. Over recent years he and his team have been focussed on reimagining learning experiences across the APAC region, applying design thinking and lean start-up strategies to organisation development initiatives to build more adaptive people and organisations. Drew also has a deep interest in leadership development, all things digital, change management and driving mindset shift and behaviour change in a variety of contexts at scale. Drew is often asked to talk about the future of learning, digitalisation of learning experiences, designing OD initiatives and learning for impact and how to design for mindset and behaviour change at scale.
    Joe Millward
    General Manager of Asia Pacific, Talespin
    Joe Millward is the General Manager of Asia Pacific at Talespin. Joe has over 19 years experience in Fortune 500 companies across diverse sectors including Education, Manufacturing, FMCG, Hardware and Software. He has an extensive background in animation and technology innovation, Joe has developed a robust process to recognise the business benefits of emerging technologies. He has developed expertise in identifying new trends in a wide range of technology from social media to mobile development, XR and the rise of AI.

    Recognized as an industry thought leader in the Immersive Technology industry. Joe is regularly invited to speak at international conferences and guest lecture at Universities. He has already published a number of academic papers and continues to shape and influence industry best practice. Previous to joining Talespin he was leading a global award winning VR production team developing training applications.
    Richard Lago
    Chief Growth Officer, Jenson8
    Richard is currently Chief Growth Officer at Jenson8. Jenson8 combines VR and psychometric testing, creating a safe, immersive experience for people to try, fail and learn.

    Richard has over 20 years of experience and expertise in team development and talent solutions and has successfully run several consulting businesses in various industries. His clients' past portfolio is wide-ranging from significant internationals such as Mars and ITV to medium and smaller embryonic businesses, advising at the board and executive levels.

    His fundamental belief is that people are an organisation's most precious resource, over and above any product or service they deliver.
    Aditi Sharma Kalra
    Editor-in-Chief, Human Resources Online
    Aditi leads a team of journalists across Asia to manage all content for Human Resources Online (HRO)’s news portal, daily e-bulletins, social media, new media formats, as well as curates partnership opportunities dedicated to showcasing the most progressive people practices in the region. She brings over 15 years of experience in the HR space, and is passionate about helping to elevate the HR profession.
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