by Jeff Hurt
The world has drastically changed in the past several decades.
But most conference experiences have changed very little, if at all. They compete with the Internet to distribute content and deliver information.
So what type of conference education are you serving your customers—shallow learning, advancement learning or deep learning? Do you even know the difference between the three? Do you know which would lead to authentic, transformative learning experiences?
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Meeting Professionals International (MPI) has introduced several new education offerings from the MPI Academy as part of its new Executive Education Series, including the Women in Leadership Program and a designation program for the highly-regarded MPI Experiential Event Series. In addition, the association formally announced it is collaborating with the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) at the University of Southern Mississippi to develop educational programming and resources, with the first course – Emergency Preparedness for Meetings and Events – debuting at MPI’s 2017 World Education Congress (WEC) in Las Vegas this week. This announcement was shared yesterday evening during the Opening General Session of WEC 2017.