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Changing Behavior Using “Closed Loop” Telematics-Based Strategies

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Changing Behavior Using “Closed Loop” Telematics-Based Strategies

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 ● 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET

For 20 years, eDriving® and Virtual Risk Manager® (VRM) have worked with Fortune 500 global leaders to implement closed loop risk management programs involving the creation of safety-driven cultural processes; collection and analysis of driver performance data; manager-led coaching; and the provision of risk reduction training. VRM’s patented methodology* has been validated with numerous large-scale research studies and used successfully by over 1 million drivers in over 90 countries and 40 languages.

New telematics and micro learning technologies present an incredible opportunity to evolve closed loop learning strategies and apply this proven approach to change even the most challenging and threatening habits among your drivers.

This webinar will arm you with compelling research and experiential client data to support the case for a closed loop risk reduction strategy, and will provide ideas for how to permanently break your drivers of destructive behaviors using a combination of policy, leadership, behavior-based telematics, targeted micro learning and coaching strategies.

What you’ll learn:

  • What is a closed loop risk reduction strategy?

  • How closed loop learning has reduced collisions up to 67% and TCO by 20-40%

  • How telematics can augment data collection and analytics programs already in place

  • How live and virtual coaching comprise critical components of closed loop learning

  • How micro learning can revolutionize the impact of training upon your drivers

  • How to bring all these elements together in one cohesive strategy focused on ensuring your drivers get home to their loved ones and communities at the end of each work day.

* US Trademarks and Patent Office: 6,714,894


Ed Dubens, Executive Vice President, eDriving

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