Our veterinary leadership sessions will help you not just assume a role, but actively bring about change.
Recently, I listened to a story on our local National Public Radio station, KCUR, that featured CEO and president of the Kansas Leadership Center, Ed O'Malley. As a former Kansas state representative and co-author of the recently released book Your Leadership Edge: Lead Anytime, Anywhere, O'Malley says that our society tends to think that leadership is linked to authority-a role or position-which is a problem. He defines leadership as the ability to mobilize others to make progress on challenges and problems at hand. He thinks leadership should be viewed as an activity, not a role. O'Malley cites Rosa Parks as an example of a leader.
So, are you a leader? No matter your job title, do you help your fellow team members come up with solutions to issues faced every day in veterinary practice?
At CVC, we understand how crucial good leadership is and are here to provide the resources you need to help refine your leadership skills. Here is just a sampling of the content offered at all three locations-CVC Virginia Beach, CVC Kansas City and CVC San Diego-that will help you in your role as a leader.
By attending even a few of these sessions, you can return to your veterinary practice ready to encourage and enact change. Use your powers for good. Be like Rosa.