Professional Development Workshops (Group Coaching)

Doyle Morris offers unique development packages, several aimed specifically at high potential female employees. These combine the best aspects of interactive training with one to one executive coaching. The packages feature a full-day workshop followed by an optional addition of three sessions of personal coaching for each participant. Coaching is vital to embedding and sustaining the new skill set gained on a training course and thereby increases successful outcomes by providing participants with:


• Increased appreciation for their employer as a company where they are valued.
• Support in making ongoing changes which maximises transferability of skills.
• Enhanced career confidence and ability to model best practice for colleagues.
• Ability to make decisions that are best for them and the company. 




Achieving as a Professional in SET*


Who: Professionals in Science, Engineering and Technology who aim to be more successful within their careers. 

Course objectives:


• Improve leadership style by exploring what it means to be a professional working in SET.
• Develop self-promotion skills to increase professional visibility.
• Identify strategies for career enhancement according to their values and current options.


Benefits:


• Increase morale and confidence.   
• Improve ability to influence others and develop effective relationships. 
• Increase visibility for achievements in ways that are individually authentic.


* Offered for a women-only audience as “Achieving as a Woman in SET




Working Smarter, Not Harder: Reaching Optimum Work/Life Balance 



Who: Professionals in SET who aim to be more successful at work whilst having a happy and fulfilled personal life. 

Course objectives:


• Create a values-based career plan.
• Learn to effectively delegate for increased time and energy efficiency.
• Develop a realistic and achievable action plan for creating better balance.


Benefits:


• Increase sense of control and decrease stress levels. 
• Improve sense of alignment between personal and career goals. 
• Develop strategies for balancing career workload with a fulfilling personal life. 




Effective Leadership: Improving your Management Style

Who: Professionals in SET with employee management responsibilities.

Course objectives:


• Explore underlying assumptions about being “the boss” and traditional views of the workplace.
• Develop rapport and deep listening skills to increase employee motivation. 
• Handle conflict and delegate tasks to increase trust in staff and teamwork.


Benefits:


• Smooth transition to role of effective manager and leader.
• Increase confidence in management skills and communication.
• Improve personal productivity and team morale.




Strategic Risk-Taking and Confident Decision-Making 

Who: Professionals in SET who want to be more decisive and proactive in their decision making processes.

Course objectives:


• Understand how underlying assumptions and fears impact current behaviour.
• Identify key values so that future actions are aligned to those values. 
• Develop action plans to overcome indecision on current and future career plans.


Benefits:


• Create leadership style that inspires confidence and trust from others. 
• Increase confidence in decision making ability.
• Develop more assertive approach in interacting with colleagues.




Making the Leap: From Technical Roles to Successful Client Facing** 

Who: Professionals in SET who are moving from non-contact roles into sales, consultancy or other client facing roles.

Course objectives:


• Focus on client needs with improved listening skills.
• Build rapport with customers.
• Improve personal image to make the right impression.


Benefits:


• Gain confidence in meeting customers.
• Build long-lasting business relationships.
• Smooth transition to new client-facing role.


**Offered in conjunction with Dr. Berenice Mann of Proactive Research.




Managing Maternity for Women in SET***

Who: Professional women in SET about to embark on maternity leave or recent mothers keen to continue their career development.

Course objectives:


• Explore how to balance the dual roles of being a mother and professional.
• Address childcare and working options tailored to individual values.
• Create a strategy for maintaining professional relationships whilst setting appropriate boundaries.


Benefits:


• Create a smooth transition between maternity announcement, handover to replacement cover and return to work. 
• Improve confidence by aligning personal and professional values. 
• Increase feeling of being appreciated and valued by employer.


***Only available in-house and not provided as public courses. 




Returning to SET after a Career Break***

Who: Women who have just entered or want to enter SET employment after taking a career break.

Course objectives:


• Identify transferable skills honed during career break.
• Explore options and strategies for re-entering the SET workforce.
• Develop an action plan for adapting to a new role or securing SET employment.


Benefits:


• Increase confidence in ability to contribute to new employer. 
• Smooth and speedy transition back into paid workforce. 
• Prevention of burn-out in new role.


***Only available in-house and not provided as public courses. 

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