Executive Education2018-11-01T08:43:00+00:00

Continuing education is the key to effective leadership in a changing environment.

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Public Courses

We have a range of public courses available throughout the year. These courses are hosted at TriCorps’ main office outside of Oklahoma City and many are also streamed digitally. Public courses offer the opportunity for leaders to interact with TriCorps specialists and consultants while learning in a collaborative environment with executives from other organizations and industries. A list of our public courses is available below.


Private Courses

Private education is for executives who want to educate a larger portion of their team on a specific topic in their comfort of their own offices. A TriCorps consultant will travel to the organization to teach a larger group on the selected topic. Our private courses are tailored to meet the challenges an organization faces both internally and within its specific industry. This environment can help team members begin conversations around the topic that can lead to larger change.


eLearning Courses

eLearning allows a large team or even an entire organization to get up to speed on a topic at any pace and with the ease of an online tool. These courses are taught by a TriCorps consultant and feature similar content to what is available in our public courses. They allow viewers to take the course over several days and team members can take from anywhere they would like.


Public Course Schedule

Annual Think Tank
Invitation Only Annual Event with Evolving Themes Focused on the Future
November 5-6, 2018
Oklahoma City, OK

This Think Tank is an exclusive event that TriCorps hosts that generates new thoughts around the changing environment of tech strategy during economic swings, how to extrapolate trends for profit amplification, and concepts for the distant future, to name a few. We follow a TriCorps facilitated model of idea harvesting, future gazing, high beaming, spoon bending time, and historical review. This is a highly intellectual set of discussions created for people who are interested in gaining a better worldview about the role technology is and will be playing in the world. Learn More>>

High Beam Leadership
Invest in the Future by Developing a High Beam Approach to Leadership
November 7, 2018
Oklahoma City, OK

Leaders who see the future most accurately are the ones who will be most successful because they will be able to make the proper investments in that future. We call these “high beam leaders,” and everyone has the ability to become one. This course teaches the TriCorps High Beam Process. This is a five-step system that is done once a year in order to create a consistent future view for an organization. This view is turned into action steps and investments that assure an organization can reach its goals for years to come. In addition, we discuss some of the more powerful future trends organizations will face over the next three to five years. Learn More>>

Fantastic course! Learned so much. This is, by far, the best step I’ve taken in my new position. Your organization and team have so much to offer and do so in an understandable fashion. I would also add that the TriCorps team is “refreshing”. You’re patient with our team and don’t make us feel like idiots. What you provide to TMAIT is relevant and executable.

– James Prescott; Administrator/President, Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust

What I love about a course like this, or the time that I’ve spent with TriCorps Technologies, is it changes your perspective. You can come into this course and not have very many expectations. But it’s almost impossible to leave without an idea or a different way of thinking.

– Adam Graham; VP of Sales and Marketing, Nextep

Spending time with TriCorps has taught me that it is absolutely essential that I keep on improving my understanding and my knowledge of technology. It doesn’t mean I have to be an expert in everything. But I do need to know enough about it to make sure I understand how it can drive business and how it can drive results.

– Sarah Fields; President, Jetta Corporation

I think they all [the course presenters] do a great job of complimenting each other and helping us learn…When somebody is teaching us one thing and they kind of bring in their opinions or their thought processes, it helps kind of expand on what we’re learning.

– Teresa Taccogna; Partner Relationship Manager, Sayers