Everyone with an interest in executive education and development looks to UNICON as their most vital resource.

About Unicon

UNICON is a global consortium of business school-based organizations, whose members are the global reference for executive education. Everyone with an interest in executive education and development looks to UNICON as their most vital resource, because its community of member organizations comprises the most relevant, successful, and sought-after learning partners for leaders and organizations who want to improve performance.

Through participation in UNICON, the leaders, managers, and team members of member organizations gain new knowledge, inspiration, perspectives, capabilities for enhancing the effectiveness of their operations, and a global network of colleagues.

UNICON’s primary activities include conferences, research, benchmarking, sharing of best practices, staff development, recruitment/job postings, information-sharing, and extensive networking, which keeps UNICON at the forefront of the executive education industry.

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The UNICON LinkedIn Group is for consortium members and a place where news and information is shared regularly. It is also a place where UNICON members pose questions to crowdsource ideas and get feedback on program. The value in the LinkedIn group is the daily activity that transpires between members and we encourage participants to start discussions regularly. There are a few rules, including: only individuals may join; you must join to post; no soliciting; no rants; stay on topic: executive education; no overt self-promotion; and, no discussion of compensation or pricing.

The UNICON Twitter account shares news, trends and information about University-based education, executive education and business on a regular basis. We encourage our members to follow us at @UNICONExed as well as share information with us on a regular basis. We will share member content that adheres to best practices in executive education and other areas that are important for our consortium.