Leadership Minnesota 2020

Leadership Minnesota 2020

An exclusive look at Minnesota’s changing economy and the issues that will shape its future
 
Minnesota’s economic engine is powered by more than 100,000 businesses, a diverse landscape interconnected in ways not understood by the casual observer. For a select group, Leadership Minnesota opens the window to a behind-the-scenes look at what makes our state’s economy tick. This exclusive program also helps you understand how public policy crafted at the Capitol impacts the vitality of each and every Minnesota company. By establishing a rich network of Minnesota business leaders, your shared experiences make you more effective leaders at your workplace.
 
 
Leadership Minnesota Program Sponsors
Altria, Barr Engineering Co., Gardner Builders, Sugar Lake Lodge, Target, Thomson Reuters, Werner Electric Supply, WSB, Xcel Energy
 
SESSION ONE
Sponsored by State Farm Insurance
Orientation, Financial Services & Manufacturing
September 12-13, 2019 - Mankato
Participants will receive an understanding of the economic, demographic and public policy issues facing Minnesota as they relate to the business environment – preparing you for this distinctive tour of our state. The session also explores the everchanging financial services industry and examines how manufacturers are responding to global competition.
 
SESSION TWO
Sponsored by Minnesota Power and PolyMet Mining
Timber, Mining & Energy
October 10-11, 2019 - Northern Minnesota
How is mining evolving on Minnesota’s Iron Range? Can our paper mills compete in the global market? What’s the future energy landscape? Tour companies and meet with industry leaders to discover the answers to these and other questions.
 
SESSION THREE
Health Care, Retail & Technology
November 7-8, 2019 - Twin Cities
Understand some of the complex issues within the healthcare industry, and learn the role of research and technology as the industry adapts to a rapidly changing environment. Meet Minnesota retailers and gain insight surrounding the evolving online marketplace. Explore issues confronting companies that rely on technology and what they need to grow in our state.

 
SESSION FOUR
Sponsored by Hormel Foods Corporation
Agriculture & Food Production
January 16-17, 2020 - Southern Minnesota
Agriculture and food production industries are big players in the state’s economy. See the technical advancements in these industries and the regulations that govern their operations.
 
SESSION FIVE
Sponsored by Goff Public
Role of Business in Public Policy & Politics
February 20-21, 2020 - St. Paul
The program comes full circle in our capital city where policy-makers make decisions that have a direct impact on the state’s business climate. Gain an appreciation of the dynamics of public policy as you meet face-to-face with decision-makers. 
 
Tuition is $2,995 and includes all overnight accommodations, meals and program materials. Applications are due May 10. For questions, contact Jenny Munyer at 651.292.4690 or jmunyer@mnchamber.com.