2020 UNICON Team Development Conference Day 2

2020 UNICON Team Development Conference Day 2

UNICON Team Development Conference: November 17-20, 2020

Hosted by Arizona State University Thunderbird School of Global Management, Phoenix, Arizona, USA

INTELLIGENCE: Wednesday, November 18

Global Regionally-Focused Session: Europe

Nick Davis, Mona Zons, Anisse Mosaheb, Deniz Kantur

Join others in your region or from around the globe for a tailored engagement focused on European interests and experiences. The interaction between the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Covid-19 pandemic is accelerating workforce transformation across European businesses. How can innovative executive learning approaches keep pace with the rate of change of technology and the new demands on both workers and leaders? What strategies are leading companies, non profits and international organizations putting into place to support inclusion, innovation, intelligence and impact?

Europe slides

Europe recording

Day TWO Opening: Shaping Executive Education through Intelligence

Dr. Sanjeev Khagram, Dean & Director General Thunderbird School of Global Management

Kicking off the day through visual elements highlighting key outcomes from opening day, setting the stage for Day TWO.

Join us as we set the course for a dive into the data, social, emotional intelligences of Executive Education.

Day 2 Opening slides

Day 2 Opening recording

Intelligence: UNICON Benchmarking Survey: A 2020 Vision

Eric R Bergemann, Senior Director Executive Programs, MIT Sloan School of Management

Nora Anderson, Executive Director of Executive Education, University of Minnesota

There has never been a year like this before in which Executive Education units have had to change so much in such a short period of time. The Benchmarking Committee will share major findings from this year’s Annual Survey including the impact of Covid-19 and the transition to new digital formats.

Material restricted from public site.

InterACTION: Roundtable Discussions on Annual Benchmark Survey

Director’s Roundtable

Marco Serrato, Associate Provost The University of Chicago
Mike Malefakis, CEO, Associate Vice Dean, Wharton Executive Education

The Director’s Roundtable is a concurrent track for attendees who are Director level and above to gather and drill deeper into the meaning of the data from the Annual Benchmark Survey.

Material restricted from public site.

Business Development Roundtable

Serge LaFrance, Director Executive Education, HEC Montreal
Sheryl Axline, Associate Director Program Development, Stanford

The Business Development Roundtable is intended for those with primarily externally-facing roles (e.g. working with clients and participants) to develop Exec Ed business – it will reflect on the Benchmark Survey presentation, evaluate what stood out, and how it impacts their organizational unit’s business development capability under new and changing circumstances.

Please consider this question ahead of the discussion: What are two main actions you can take to guide your business in the context of COVID?

Material restricted from public site.

Operations’ Roundtable

Eric R Bergemann, Senior Director Executive Programs at MIT Sloan School of Management
Terry Wolfe, Executive Director, Open Enrollment and Custom Programs, Marshall School of Business

The Operations Roundtable is intended primarily for those with responsibilities in delivering Executive Education – it will reflect on the Benchmark Survey presentation, evaluate what stood out, and how it impacts their organizational unit’s capacity to deliver Executive Education under new and changing circumstances.

Material restricted from public site.

Plenary: What will get us there?

Dr. Sanjeev Khagram,Sofian Lamali, Rebeca Hwang, Magdalena Nowicka-Mook

Dynamic panel addressing key intelligences and competencies needed to meet future of work demands and Executive Education’s role in this effort.

UNICON Plenary slides

Plenary recording -“What will get us there”

Day TWO Wrap: Key Questions, Insights, Actions

Carleen Bobrowski, Senior Director of Executive Education, Thunderbird School of Global

Recap of the day, highlights of community engagement and outcomes from InterACTION Brainstorming.

Stay connected throughout the day and join us for regionally-focused sessions – Global Regionally-Focused Sessions and Global Sounds and Sights – for social networking.

Main Stage Wrap slides

Day 2 wrap recording

Global Regionally-Focused Session: Americas

Americas slides

UNICON_2020_Day 2_12.30_Americas.pptx

Americas recording

Networking & Social Gathering: Lights, Camera, Action – Putting your best self forward in today’s virtual office

Richard Bram

Join us as we spend time together and gather with American street photographer Richard Bram to discuss photography norms in our global and virtual infused communications. Submit your virtual office environment selfie for this fun mixer.

Global Sounds & Sights- Bram

Bram recording


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