Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris
Promoting working women for over 25 years.
Dr. Doyle-Morris has been public speaking for her whole career. From small events and webinars to large conferences, Suzanne has the experience, knowledge and the practical takeaways that you can immediately action to make sure your event is one to remember.
Suzanne's presentations are always interactive, memorable and thought-provoking that will engage your audience members. She is a regular conference speaker and sought out by the media.
There are six different 45-minute talks available.
The most recent talk is based on the work of Suzanne's third book about Confidence vs Competence.
More confidence is too frequently seen as a fast-fix for career progression, but the reality is that confidence can have many downsides ranging from hiring and promoting the wrong people to investor overconfidence, the type that played a large part in the global financial crisis. In this talk, Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris, unpicks where you need to be confident and where you’re better off being ‘competent’ – a decidedly ‘uns*xy’ but undervalued word. Plus, treating confidence as an end goal disadvantages groups where self-promotion is not rewarded.
Dr. Doyle-Morris focuses on:
1. Judging the difference between competent or simply overconfident.
2. Challenging an over-valuation of confidence as one of key attributes onto which we reward people.
3. Gaining recognition for your competence, not your supreme confidence, from senior stakeholders.
Suzanne's video for #IWD2021 #ChooseToChallenge can be seen on YouTube