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804 Virtual Reality: Find Your Sweet Spot

3:15 PM - 4:15 PM ET
Tuesday, November 8

Tracks: Practices

So you’re interested in implementing virtual reality into your learning programs? Whether you’ve already explored the options available or are just getting started, you’ll soon find that there are so many options. One size does not fit all when it comes to virtual reality. With so many possibilities, finding the sweet spot for your learning needs can be a challenge. Come see how we learned from our journey to implement two different types of virtual reality experiences into our new-hire onboarding program.

During this hands-on session, you’ll hear about our journey to finding our own virtual reality sweet spot and how it landed us with two entirely different VR solutions. We will share what drove us to make the decisions we made, the lessons we learned, and the considerations we would recommend to other learning professionals who are thinking about implementing virtual reality. You’ll leave feeling inspired and equipped to find your organization’s virtual reality sweet spot.

In this session, you will learn:

  • The practical questions you should ask yourself before implementing virtual reality
  • The considerations to think about when seeking a virtual reality development vendor
  • Recommendations on how to best find your sweet spot for a virtual reality solution

Bradley Prentice

Learning Specialist


Bradley Prentice is a learning specialist with a passion for training & development for sales professionals. Bradley has more than 15 years with the Kellogg Company in both sales and learning & development. He specializes in new hire onboarding, critical thinking and problem solving courses, and implementing new technology into his programs. Bradley holds a BS in public relations from Eastern Michigan University.

Stephanie Turk

Sr. Manager, Sales Learning & Development


Stephanie Turk is a forward-focused, positive people leader who leads a team of learning specialists at Kellogg in sales learning & development. She and her team are responsible for designing, developing, and delivering capability building programs for US sales. Prior to joining this team, Stephanie led a team of training facilitators that delivered learning programs globally. Stephanie has also held numerous roles in production planning and customer operations at Kellogg. Stephanie has 20 years of experience at Kellogg and holds a master’s degree in student affairs in higher education with a bachelor’s in psychology.