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Talent Development Partnerships


Focused development opportunities for leaders throughout your organization


Carlson Executive Education is recognized as a leader in the Midwest business community for practical business expertise and inspiring in-course experiences. Now organizations can integrate that expertise as a sustainable and scalable component of their learning and development programs with the Talent Development Partnership.

In this program, organizations receive:

  • A 25% discount on executive education courses 
  • A unique branded discount code 
  • Priority access to Carlson School events and speakers
  • Personalized guidance to match Carlson School development resources to the organization’s business goals

Organizations do not need to sign a contract to join the partnership program. HR leaders simply need to contact the Carlson Executive Education development team to confirm entry into the program and set up a discount code unique to their organization. To qualify for the renewal of the program and continue receiving partnership benefits, organizations must register for at least 10 seats in Carlson Executive Education short courses per year.


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Powerful Short Courses

Our catalog of short courses is curated to meet a broad range of essential business and leadership needs. The short course format delivers actionable insights in just two to five days, so participants are able to return to their roles refreshed, with new ideas and practices to implement. The participant experience is tailored to meet the needs of professional learners and occurs on-site at the Carlson Executive Center in Minneapolis.

By attending Carlson Executive Education short courses, leaders can:

  • Explore best practices
  • Engage in peer-to-peer learning
  • Earn Executive Certificates
  • Be exposed to thought leadership
  • Gain new perspectives
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"High-growth individuals who embrace new learning make the organization smarter and contribute to its growth, but they can’t do it alone. They need a learning ecosystem."

– Harvard Business Review, 2019
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