Workshops

December 8, 2017
storytelling workshop dallas

Storytelling

The Storytelling Workshop “frames up” the story of your organization: Past, Present and Future with the option to innovatively change perceptions regarding each.
December 8, 2017
curriculum facilitation dallas

Facilitating Successful Meetings

Meetings can be the most productive part of an employee’s day— or the part they dread the most. This program combines theory, and more importantly, the practice of leading successful meetings.
December 8, 2017
employee retention workshop

Why Employees Leave

This program focuses on how to keep star employees and benefit from a seasoned work force and a stable work environment. The session covers retention secrets and mysteries that will help organizations maintain the reputation of having employee loyalty and longevity.
December 8, 2017
leading through conflict workshop

Leading Through Conflict & Chaos

This program uses conflict and chaos to further an organization’s progress and lead employees with confidence.
December 8, 2017
employee management workshop

Managing High Maintenance Employees

This program will give managerial staff the means to deal with high maintenance employees and move toward higher productivity and performance.
December 8, 2017
supervisory training workshop

Exceptional Supervision

Build a great team, enhance communication and much more, in just two days. Because even the most seasoned manager can use a refresher on the methods of supervising others to improve work performance.
December 8, 2017
innovation workshops dallas

Innovation Labs

The aim of Sakred Cow is to identify and facilitate correction of systemic blockages to organizational effectiveness and success. The Sakred Cow Experience is based on the behavioral tenet “awareness precedes change”.
December 8, 2017
sakred cows innovation workshop

Sakred Cows

The aim of Sakred Cow is to identify and facilitate correction of systemic blockages to organizational effectiveness and success. The Sakred Cow Experience is based on the behavioral tenet “awareness precedes change”.