Learning Circles

learning cirlcesWhen I talk to folks who come to the VCIA annual conference every year, I always ask them what they find most compelling about it. Often cited is the education provided by our VCIA panelists who represent some of the most prestigious organizations in the world. Sometimes it is that the conference is a great source for captive career development and networking or earning CPE / CLE / ICCIE credit.

One of the most compelling reasons to come to our conference is the peer-to-peer learning that attendees receive from the almost 1100 captive professionals that come each year. This year we are trying to enhance that relationship. We are organizing peer groups to come together and share thoughts, issues and questions in what we are calling Learning Circles.

In a Learning Circle, you’ll share your learning experience with up to 8 peers, who’ll do the same for you. An appointed Ambassador will act as a guide to help facilitate and support the process. Your Learning Circle is an adventure you’ll experience together on a mutual quest to dive deeper and apply the vibrancy of ideas and innovations you’ll encounter at VCIA’s Annual Conference.

The goal is simple: Enrich your VCIA journey with insights and experiences from your fellow Learning Circle members. Come prepared with subjects you would like to discuss. Through this process, you’ll discover the value of gaining new perspectives and ideas from fellow circle participants while developing connections with new peers.

So, come join us for the VCIA Annual Conference August 6 – 8th (with Captive Immersion August 5th), and think about signing up for one of our Learning Circles – you will not regret the knowledge you can gain, and the new friendships you will make!

Thank you all very much, and I look forward to hearing from you!

Rich Smith
VCIA President

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