Inside Learning Podcast with Robin Rosenberg on how Virtual Reality can help immersive training

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We are kicking off the 2022 season of our podcast, Inside Learning by speaking to Robin Rosenberg, a Clinical Psychologist, CEO and Founder of “Live in Their World”, a company built to help improve workplace culture using a modern virtual reality method to fully immerse individuals in workplace scenarios teaching diversity, equity, and inclusion. This enables open and honest conversation resulting in mutual understanding and respect among team members.

Our host Aidan McCullen and Robin discuss how Virtual Reality can help immersive training so that participants can not only “walk in the shoes of others” but, “walk in their skin”.  Aidan is also joined by Technology Lead with  The Learnovate Centre, Bilal Ahmad who discusses VR and learning and indeed the Metaverse.

Inside Learning explores the power of learning to unlock human potential and is hosted by author, speaker, coach and broadcaster Aidan McCullen.

Aidan interviews global experts in the science of learning and the future of work to educate, entertain and inform us all on the power of learning.

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About Robin Rosenberg

Robin is a clinical psychologist and runs Live In Their World, Inc.

She is board certified in clinical psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology, and has been certified in coaching and in clinical hypnosis. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology. In her coaching practice, she specialised in interpersonal skill development and performance enhancement. Dr. Rosenberg also consulted to non-profit organisations, businesses, and people in the arts.

She has taught psychology courses at Harvard University and Lesley University; She is co-author of Introductory Psychology and Abnormal Psychology college textbooks. In addition, she has written about the psychological phenomena revealed by superhero and other fictional stories.

She has done research on various psychological topics including the effects of virtual reality on helping behaviour, psychological factors related to costume play, the beneficial effects on adult cancer survivors of an outdoor adventure program, and the hypnotisability of actors.

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