As part of the ongoing strategy led by the 2021-2022 UNICON Communications Committee, we are excited to announce the launch of UNICON’s Learning Community through the social lifelong learning platform, Volute.
Together, Volute and UNICON are building the world’s largest and most active lifelong learning community to move our industry forward. Not only will you gain exclusive access to UNICON content, networking opportunities, and the full UNICON Research Archives, you’ll learn by doing, to offer new lifelong learning models within your own school.
The community serves to provide:
The new Volute community will go live next week, so please look out for an email on June 15 including instructions and onboarding materials on how to access Volute. Please check your spam or junk email folders for the invite!
As part of our new community, we will be hosting live, interactive events in the platform. Save the date for our upcoming events below!
Co-creating the Future of UNICON: The Next 50 Years
Live in Volute on Thursday, June 23 from 9:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M. EST
In this session, facilitated by Peter Hirst (MIT) and Mike Malefakis (Leeds Illuminate), together we will look at the macrotrends reshaping the executive education industry and work to prioritize strategies and investments in the short, mid and long-term.
Executive Education as a Driver for Lifelong Learning – Strengths and Untapped Opportunities
Live in Volute on Thursday, June 30 from 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. EST
AACSB, IEDP, and UNICON have partnered on a cross-sector exploratory study to uncover the strengths and new opportunities facing executive education to propel business schools as leaders in an evolving lifelong learning landscape. Representatives from the partnering organizations will provide attendees with an overview of key findings from the study with the opportunity to share reactions and individual experiences. Attendees will come away with actionable takeaways for their schools to consider as they continue to expand and innovative their executive education programming.