Doyon Welcomes DLT Class of 2018
Pictured above: : The DLT class of 2018 poses together in the Doyon Plaza during their first weekend of training.
Doyon, Limited welcomes the Doyon Leadership Training (DLT) class of 2018, pictured above from left to right: Vicky Charlie, Christine Erhart, Priscilla Montanelli, Jessica Denny, Robin George, George Holly, Josephine Edwards, Eve Esmailka, Cheri Sullivan, Julie Settle, Carla Dick, Nathaniel Feemster, Patrick Tanner, Harley Semaken, James Webber and Rhema Demoski.
DLT is an intensive, application-based program open to Doyon shareholders and Doyon Family of Companies’ employees. The program aims to build leaders among Doyon shareholders and those working for Doyon.
Transitioning from the previous 10-month program, 2018 participants will take part in a program that covers five learning modules from February to August. The training includes required reading and assignments, participation in immersive full-day training sessions, mentorship relationships, and one-on-one coaching sessions. The trainings are equal parts professional and personal development meant to stretch the participants’ authentic expression of who they are and the skills they possess.
“I’m excited for this journey of self-discovery and growth. I already have a different outlook on life personally and professionally after just one session,” said 2018 participant and Doyon Government Group employee, Eve Esmailka. “I can’t wait to see what the rest of the training brings to myself and my new DLT family.”
“DLT is a truly enlightening experience. After just one session, I am beginning to see the many positive benefits the program has to offer. It is already impacting both my personal and professional lives,” said 2018 participant and Doyon employee, James Webber. “I must stress that I have only attended one session. If one session has this great an impact after just starting the program, I can’t wait to see the rest of the program as it unfolds.”
Doyon covers the cost of the training, as well as airfare and lodging for participants who are not from Fairbanks. The time commitment and any remaining travel cost is the responsibility of each participant.
More information about DLT can be found on the Doyon website at www.doyon.com/DLT.