CE leadership training for veterinarians at the University of Florida: Oct. 27-28

Published: June 14th, 2017

Category: Blog

Last year’s CE training to help veterinarians move into animal shelter leadership roles was a sold-out success. This year, the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida and Emancipet are teaming up to do it again!

We believe veterinarians are ideally positioned as leaders for the welfare of animals in shelters and the community. If you work in an animal shelter or spay/neuter clinic and are ready to move beyond the surgery suite and have a genuine policy voice and leadership role in your organization, the 2017 “Veterinarians to Leaders” two-day CE workship is for you.

This opportunity is exclusively for veterinarians, and will be held in Gainesville, Florida, on October 27-28.

This two-day, in person workshop will zero in on the unique leadership challenges you face. Veterinarians who attend will be able to put aside veterinary and technical issues for two days and focus in on what it takes to provide outstanding leadership to a team, including communication skills, self-awareness, collaborative decision making, conflict negotiation, and the essential practices of servant leadership.

This small group setting of veterinarians on a management career track provides a fun and safe environment for participants to improve their skills and connect with like-minded colleagues.

Registration is  limited, and last year’s workshop was sold out and had a waiting list. Don’t wait — get more information and register today!

Note: If those dates or the location don’t work for you, Emancipet will be offering this workshop in Austin, Texas, on Aug. 28-29, 2017. Learn more here!

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