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Executive Development

Prepare for the Future of Work.

The development of yourself, your people, and your organization is non-optional — you must be ready for tomorrow’s changing business landscape.

The task is not easy: that’s where UNC Executive Development comes in. We have a proven track record of collaborating with individuals and organizations around the world, using research-backed, practical approaches to meet your particular business needs and ensure that you’re ready to meet the challenges ahead.

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Solutions for Organizations

We collaborate with business leaders and talent management professionals to design customized programs addressing your compelling business challenges.

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Programs for Individuals

We work with individuals to find the right in-person or online solutions to develop, strengthen, and future-proof necessary competencies and skills.

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“To say I’m satisfied is an understatement. In terms of how sticky the learning has been with the participants, how well the perspectives and tools have moved through our organization, and practical and measurable business outcomes, this has been the most effective executive education program I’ve ever seen.”

Susan Sullivan SVP Human Resources, Genworth

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Never Stop Learning

These days, doing a good job — and advancing in your career — isn't about mastering a predetermined set of skills and knowledge. Why? Because by the time ...

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2020 Financial Times Executive Education Rankings


Globally for Custom Programs (No. 2 in the U.S.)


Globally for Value for Money (4th year in the top three)


in the U.S. for Faculty


in the U.S. for Aims Achieved


in the U.S. for Teaching Methods

Source: Financial Times Global Executive Education Rankings