Community Veterinary Partners is hosting a free two-day summit in November aimed at building leadership skills for veterinary hospital owners and key staff members.
Day 1, scheduled for November 8, is aimed at DVMs and VMDs and key support staff. This will introduce some of the key leadership dynamics in the workplace including hospital culture, emotional intelligence, situational leadership, and creating accountability in the workplace. Designed for doctors and support staff in supervisory roles, this workshop will focus on developing employees into everyday leaders.
Day 2, scheduled for November 9, is more appropriate for owners and senior management staff, including practice and office managers. This year’s program theme is “Cultivating the Future Leaders in Our Practice (Because I don’t want to do this job forever).”
Dr. Wendy Hauser is a former owner of Coal Creek Veterinary Hospital, a 2011 AAHA Hospital of the Year finalist. She has been an associate, an owner and successfully sold her practice, becoming managing DVM of Coal Creek until she left in 2013. Dr. Hauser is a board member of the American Animal Hospital Association, and she participates in various speaking and training sessions across the country.
The workshops are free for hospital owners and staff in good standing with Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association or the Delaware Valley Academy of Veterinary Medicine.
The event will be held at Seasons 52 Restaurant in King of Prussia, Pa. Space is limited for this event so please register your team members by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, click HERE for an informational flyer.