BeingVR News

You can’t be what you can’t see – role modelling paths to a STEM career

Lucie Hammond, Founder of local edutech Being VR, recently joined Women in Technology, WA (WiTWA) to speak with hundreds of high-school students in Perth’s Northern Suburbs with the aim of inspiring them to pursue innovative and rewarding careers in STEM. … Read More

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corporate diversity and equality

Are we there yet Mum? Harvard’s perspective on the long road to corporate diversity and equality

Harvard Business Review wrote about the failings of workplace diversity training in 2012 and again in mid 2016, and also ran a Spotlight on Building a Diverse Organisation in July-August of this year, based on the same research that spans … Read More

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learning and neuroscience

Using tech to solve the ‘knowledge transfer’ problem faster, more effectively and in a scalable and timely fashion

Written by Ryan Ng, Human Performance Specialist and Organisational Psychologist. With 90% of Australian businesses expecting a shortage of skills to be a moderate or higher risk adversely impacting their productivity (AIG & Deloitte, 2010), the lack of suitably qualified … Read More

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Cultural change in business – and the making of BeingVR

Originally written by Matt Kirk for Spacecubed. After running ‘Women in Leadership’ workshops face-to-face for sometime, Lucie Hammond soon realised that churning out a bunch of empowered and super savvy women through traditional training was only one part of the … Read More

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tech innovation

An Aussie eduTech’s perspective of London Tech Week 2017

There were many thousands of attendees looking to tap into the latest tech innovations, showcase their emerging tech products, and like me – seek to meet like minded individuals with a passion for life changing tech to see what’s happening … Read More

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