Dr Rosemary Doyle
Dr Rosemary Doyle has worked with organisations since 1993 devising and delivering training, research, consultancy and 1:1 coaching. She has been training for over 20-years, 14 of which within the HEI and HE sector. She specialises in Team Working, Communication, DiSC® Behavioural Profiling, Personal/Team Leadership, Personal/Team Development, Positive Psychology, Change, Resilience, and Managing/Motivating staff for groups and individuals.
Rosemary’s training interventions are based on sound theoretical foundations and are delivered using highly participative active-learning methods to ensure maximum retention and engagement allowing the rigour of academic research to balance with the pragmatism demanded by managers. Holding a DiSC® professional user certification from Wiley since 2007, this underpins her experience and use of DiSC® Behavioural Profiling for group / individual training and coaching; and she is also accredited by the International Coach Federation having completed a diploma in Transformational Coaching™ in 2016.
Rosie has been lead Associate for Fistral’s Leadership, Communication and Personal Effectiveness Suites since 2013, and expanded her training delivery methods to include interactive webinars for ARMA on communication and influencing skills, and delivered a wide range of bespoke team development days in influencing, managing change, leadership and teambuilding for HEIs and organisations such as the CALA Group and Women in Computing.
Recently she has developed and delivered a suite of courses aimed at Space Operations staff, e.g. those controlling spacecrafts (e.g. ISS, Galileo), preparing for launch, acting as technical officers within ESA. Example topics: Management and Leadership Techniques, Advanced Team Leadership Techniques; Professional Communication Skills; Influencing and Leading Teams in Challenging Circumstances and Practical Time Management Strategies. She has also recently designed and delivered the highly successful Research Leadership programme for the University of Bournemouth Research and Knowledge Exchange Office.
Outside work, Rosie spends her time walking her dog, watching ‘Scandi Noir’ crime boxsets, travelling Europe by train and is currently studying textiles with the Open College of the Arts.