New Models in the Executive Education Industry: Demand and Supply
Virtually hosted by FDC – Fundação Dom Cabral
Thank you to all who attended our 2021 UNICON Directors’ Conference in April. We had a great time meeting with all of our members virtually to discuss new models in the executive education industry. We would also like to thank UNICON member Fundação Dom Cabral for hosting this year’s event! All of the presentations from the event are now available within the Conference Archives here.
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2021 UNICON Directors’ Conference Material is Available
During the conference, we hosted sessions on what we have learned through COVID and what changes will remain post-pandemic, new ways of collaboration, the future of organizational development, and how key life stages and their critical success factors may impact different business models for Executive Education. You can access each day’s wrap-up summary presentations within the Conference Archives here.
We had various speakers contribute to this year’s sessions and share their own experiences. We want to thank all of our speakers for sharing your insights and ideas on Executive Education. See our speakers from the event here.
IEDP: Key Insights from UNICON’s Directors’ Conference 2021
This year’s impressions, insights and takeaways were featured in a report from IEDP, which you can view here.
About Fundação Dom Cabral
Fundação Dom Cabral is a leading Brazilian business school that operates internationally supported by strategic alliances and cooperation agreements with renowned institutions around the world. The school contributes to the sustainable development of society by educating, developing and expanding the skills of executives, entrepreneurs and public-sector managers.
FDC offers degree and non-degree programs, domestic and international educational solutions that focus on innovative business thinking. Per year, it develops almost 30 thousand executives, from more than 2 thousand organizations. The institution truly believes that business may be a force for good and Business Schools should play a relevant role to support leaders and companies to better balance economic performance and social progress.