Do Your People
* use what they already know?
* communicate better with others?
* get motivated?
* increase individual and team productivity?
* receive customized programs for teams, managers, and leaders?
* improve teamwork?
* build trust within teams and organizations?
* get immediate feedback?
* be more creative?
* reduce stress?
* handle conflict within teams and organizations?
* create great leadership habits?
* think outside the box?
* align process to purpose?
* have fun?
* walk the talk?
Sam trains, facilitates, and speaks in a variety of corporate and educational settings including Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and universities. Best known for his creativity, Sam has trained groups of as few as two people and as many as three thousand. He trains facilitators and develops related indoor and outdoor training activities for adults. He is active in organizations such as the Association for Experiential Education and the American Society for Training and Development. Sam was recognized as "Practitioner of the Year" in a five-state region for his achievements in training by the Association for Experiential Education (AEE). Sam was also honored with the Karl Rohnke Creativity Award from AEE.
Sam holds a Master's Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tulsa, and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
DoingWorks helps you
achieve the training results you need.
At the core of every successful organization are individuals who understand and trust each other. Add common purpose and direction and you've created the team. Think of DoingWorks as an interpersonal toolbox to help your organization focus on its purpose and effectively realize its goals. Achieving this direction comes first through establishing a foundation where teamwork thrives.
DoingWorks makes it happen through experiential learning. Experience-based training and development methods are proven to engage the adult learner at a level that encourages long-term behavior change - the goal of all training programs.
The people behind DoingWorks: