Simulations have been proven to play a transformative role in the learning journey of employees by providing a more engaging and effective experience. According to Harvard Business Review (HBR), “simulation training: putting people in immersive, true-to-life scenarios where they practice skills acquisition in situations that replicate job conditions.” HBR goes on to say that these immersive scenarios often incorporate gaming elements that increase motivation, attention, and learning.

How Simulation Works?

Among many other benefits that Simulation brings, the key ones are improving core skills in:

  1. Decision-making and collaboration, and
  2. Change management.

Some of the benefits that Simulations deliver to corporate employees are also:

Space for Realistic
Simulations create realistic scenarios that mimic real-world work situations. This allows employees to apply theoretical knowledge and practice skills in a safe, controlled environment.
Greater Knowledge Retention
Simulations cater to various learning styles by incorporating elements like visuals, instructions, and hands-on activities. This approach helps learners retain information more effectively than traditional lecture-style training.
Developing Critical
Simulations are particularly useful for honing decision-making, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills. By presenting learners with challenges and requiring them to make choices, simulations allow them to develop these crucial abilities in a safe environment.

How will training with Simulation help your people?

If you are a sales organisation:

Simulations where employees practise interacting with customers and handling objections can help.

If you have employees in people-facing roles:

Leadership development simulations can help your managers and team leaders practise making tough decisions and giving feedback.

If you have customer service roles:

Your employees will benefit from simulations where they can role-play different scenarios.

The Everest Challenger

Aarvi is the sole licensee of the Everest Challenger simulation. Everest is a board-based simulation played with teams, where each team has to climb its own Everest while making sure that maximum team members reach the summit.

Learning outcomes

  • Teams learn to negotiate, collaborate and become strong team players while stepping into leadership roles
  • Teams learn to strategize, plan the use of their limited resources, while ensuring the maximum number of people reach the summit

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