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Analytics. Leadership. Innovation.

Welcome to NC State Executive Education. At NC State, we think and do.

NC State Executive Education creates developmental experiences that integrate faculty expertise with applied learning activities. Through custom-designed solutions, collaboratory workshops or open programs, our participants learn how to successfully address real-world problems and issues – from leading teams to leading organizations in today’s complex world. Our goal is simple – that ALL participants have actionable knowledge and skills they can apply immediately after program completion.

Of particular value for many clients is our success working with technically-trained experts whose career development requires new skills in business model development, financial acumen, internal/external analytics and leadership capabilities to lead growth and improvement projects.

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Upcoming Events

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Oct 28
Friday | 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

FastTrack Series: Leading Global Virtual Teams

12 Davis Dr, Durham, NC 27703, USA 
Today’s work environment often requires us to work with peers in different global regions. This requires an enhanced understanding of communication using various media, as well as an understanding of how to ‘listen’ for aspects of cultural diversity critical to effective team engagement. Faculty: Dr. Brad Kirkman
Nov 02
Wednesday | 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

FastTrack Series: Influencing Without Authority

James B. Hunt Jr. Library, 1070 Partners Way, Raleigh, NC 27606, USA 
Few of us have positional power to drive action, but rather rely on skills to in building relationships building and motivating others without having direct authority. This sessions will provide insights on how to enhance your skills to influence work effectively across organizational boundaries. Faculty: Beth Ritter. Register:
Nov 09
Wednesday | 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

FastTrack Series: Moving from Hindsight to Foresight

James B. Hunt Jr. Library, 1070 Partners Way, Raleigh, NC 27606, USA 
How we think has a significant impact on our ability to analyze, innovate and lead in organizations. This hands-on workshop provides a structured approach to enhancing your thinking. You’ll also learn how to recognize the most common language barriers that hinder a complete and reasoned understanding of an issue or problem. Faculty: Dr. Eileen Taylor.