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Graduate Trainee Programs

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Graduate Trainee Programs

This is focused specifically on providing support to graduate trainees whilst they are undergoing their graduate training programs. This is usually a combination of workshops, providing the graduates with tools and tips on how to thrive in their new work environment, and one to one coaching sessions (usually delivered a couple of months after the initial training has been delivered). The programs are based on Positive Psychology and are upbeat, informative and in-depth. 

Subjects covered in the Graduate Training programs can include: 


Resilience training

Confidence tips and tools

Communication skills

Getting and using feedback well

Finding a mentor and being a good mentee

Finding your voice in meetings but learning to bottom line so you don’t love the sound of your voice too much!

Presentational skills

The power of first impressions

Learning to manage expectations and being strategic

Avoiding bad work, getting the good work done and moving to great work

The power of positive psychology and learning to be collegiate

Bespoke sessions also available upon request

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long is a typical workshop?

Workshops can last anything from 2/3 hours to a full day.

2. What equipment do you need to run a workshop?

Ideally a flip chart, pen and paper for all the participants and a computer and screen for PowerPoint presentations.

3. How many people can attend a workshop?

In order to ensure the participants get all their need from a workshop, it is better to keep the groups small – no more than 20 people are encouraged.

4. How much participation is required by the attendees of the workshop?

Workshops do require participation from the attendees-this is an in-depth training session where the focus is on everyone attending really getting involved with the material, pulling out the pieces most relevant to them and then coming up with ways to incorporate it into their everyday lives.

5. How do you ensure that the learning “sticks” with the attendees?

Participants are given plenty of opportunities to really experiment with the material and work out how they are going to use and the workshops always end with the creation of some kind of accountability.