Doyon Leadership Training (DLT)
DLT allows participants to experience firsthand what it looks and feels like to work and live from a place of inspired performance and excellence. This program develops and deepens the leadership skills of each participant by assisting them in authentically discovering and expressing themselves (personal development) and their skills and knowledge (professional development) so that they are able to perform even more effectively as leaders and add life-enriching value to their home, work and community.
2013 Doyon Leadership Training participants
Personal development objectives include:
- Identifying and cultivating the unique characteristics, qualities, skills and passions that reside within
- Honestly evaluating oneself in order to enhance beliefs and behaviors that support growth while alleviating beliefs and behaviors that limit effectiveness
- Centering one’s life in order to blend personal power with synergy power to support, enhance and create fulfillment, vitality, effectiveness and contribution
- Creating a clear vision for one’s life and future
Professional development objectives include:
- Refining leadership skills necessary for effectively leading and inspiring others
- Organizing and structuring groups and teams to achieve results
- Tailoring organizations to satisfy human needs, improve human resource management, and build positive interpersonal and group dynamics
- Coping with power and conflict, building coalitions, honing political skills, and dealing with internal and external politics
- Sharing a culture that provides purpose and meaning to work
Other objectives include:
- Educating participants about the Doyon Family of Companies through regular interaction with Doyon leaders, including members of the board of directors, senior management and general managers
- Educating participants about the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA)
- Creating opportunities for possible employment or promotion within the Doyon Family of Companies
- Creating a network of people who support, promote and assist one another in their roles as leaders
Potential DLT participants must be able to commit to the following:
- Participate in one two-day (Friday and Saturday) experiential leadership and executive management training session each month from February to November 2013
- Study and share insight from four required developmental readings
- Participate in four one-hour accountability and team-support teleconferences
- Participate in five one-hour individual personal and professional development coaching sessions
- Create an individual personal/professional mentoring relationship
- Create and present a program project to Doyon leadership
Doyon will pay for the cost of the training, airfare and lodging. Other associated expenses are not reimbursable.
The application window for the 2013 DLT class closed on November 16.
For more information, contact 907-459-2016, 1-888-478-4755 ext. 2016 or email@example.com.