Tri County Tech has made its third year on Fortune’s Great Places to Work list, the only public education institution on the list. Last year, Tri County was recognized by the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Program as a Best Practice Organization for Leadership and Workforce. The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award is a presidential award presented annually to organizations that demonstrate quality and performance excellence. This fall, Tri County Tech has its eye on the national award yet again as one of only 12 companies nationwide to receive a site-visit for the rigorous 2018 award cycle.
Tri County plans on developing its programs using the foundation of distinguished and highly-respected faculty, thought-leaders and relevant researchers, and lessons with engaging classroom management and learning strategies. Tri County expects to draw the attendance of high-caliber classmates providing an additional resource for peer-to-peer growth and network expansion. The retreat center will also provide a location for leadership growth and development for organizations large and small.
The retreat center will feature an event space for leadership and team development opportunities, executive education services, a specialty restaurant, and rental units for lease outside of retreats. The development of the property into a full-scale Leadership Retreat Center will also have a substantial positive economic impact on the Bartlesville economy.