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How Can Virtual Reality Intersect with the Medical Field?

September 2, 2023 in
With the rapid advancements in technology, various industries are finding innovative applications for virtual reality (VR). While VR's impact on the entertainment and gaming sectors is well known, its transformative potential within the medical field is an exciting frontier awaiting exploration. VR technologies can help support numerous aspects of healthcare, from medical training to...
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How High-Performance Sales Training Enhances Your Workplace

August 2, 2023 in
Sales training is a systematic process aimed at enhancing the skills, knowledge, and capabilities of your sales force. It is designed to cover a wide range of areas, from mastering product knowledge to learning effective communication strategies and understanding customer behavior. Investing in high-performance sales training is not just about teaching your team how...
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Dr. Angie Winter on Leading and Developing the 21st Century Athlete

High-performing athletes have much in common with high-performing CORPORATE athletes -- grit, resilience, adaptability, and high degrees of intrinsic motivation, ownership, and accountability. HigherEchelon's Director of Leadership Development Angie Winter recently participated in Culture in Sports's Roundtable Webinar to help participants break down and understand what motivates the 21st Century Athlete, including what they...
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How Is Virtual Reality Reshaping Sport Psychology?

Technological advancements continually reshape the way we view and interact with the world. One of these advancements, virtual reality (VR), has made significant waves across several industries, including sport psychology. Through VR, sport psychologists are reinventing how athletes train, improve, and overcome psychological barriers. What Is the Field of Sport Psychology? Sport psychology is...
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How Does Inability to Adapt Affect Team Innovation?

Author: Eric Bean, PhD Are you more comfortable adopting new strategies than a monkey? Apparently not. In 2019 research by Watzek and colleagues, the levels of cognitive complacency or laziness of capuchin monkeys and rhesus monkeys was compared with that of humans. (Before describing the results, I should warn you that capuchin monkeys are...
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