Nikki Eatchel built her career over more than 25 years in the assessment industry, serving in executive leadership positions in assessment development, psychometrics, business development, product and program management, customer support, documentation, training software development and QA for several leading global assessment organizations. She has worked in various testing segments, including education, certification and pre-employment, and has designed and implemented assessment products in a wide variety of markets, including K12, higher education, healthcare, finance, professional associations, IT and government. Her responsibilities spanned the full spectrum of assessment and learning activities, including research, assessment design and development, job analysis, global delivery, standardized scoring and reporting and individual and organizational analytics. Nikki has been personally responsible for ensuring the validity and fairness of large-scale global programs as well as statewide assessment products and services, working in some capacity with all 50 states and global organizations, as well as worked in the arena of employment litigation support for pre-employment assessments.
Mursion: Mursion is the virtual reality environment to practice essential skills so you can perform better in the real world. Used by a wide range of innovative organizations in healthcare, education, defense, and corporate sectors, Mursion delivers virtual reality simulations for learners to apply what they learn and develop the most in-demand skills. Powered by Artificial intelligence and live human conversation, Mursion is mostly leveraged for soft skills development in leadership development, sales enablement, customer service, or diversity, equity, and inclusion programs. Whether a professional needs to practice, or is ready to demonstrate his or her mastery of that skill in an authentic form of performance assessment, Mursion is the platform to simulate real-world scenarios that can make or break careers.
- The significance of linking EQ Skills with leadership and DEI competencies
- Creating valid and authentic DEI scenarios
- Helping employees build their EQ and DEI skills to benefit themselves, their coworkers and their company
- The intersection of DEI and EQ
- Scenarios and results from learners who practiced and reflected on their EQ skills?
- Using avatars to ensure authenticity
- How emotional intelligence skills are linked to competencies in leadership and diversity, equity and inclusion.
- How diversity enriches culture
- Building an environment to safely practice socioemotional skills
- What can leaders and organizations do today to ensure their workforce is diverse, inclusive and equitable
- Lessons from Nikki’s journey
- And more!
Nikki’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nikki-eatchel/
Mursion LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mursion
Mursion YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Mursion
Mursion Twitter: @mursioninc
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