Veterinary Interviews, Inspiring Stories and Fun - Episode 9
The value of servant leadership, culture, and community connection
How National Veterinary Associates works to create a community that focuses on clinicians' well-being
This content is sponsored by National Veterinary Associates
Turpin Mott, CCO at National Veterinary Associates (NVA) joins this segment of dvm360® Live!™ to talk well-being and wellness in the veterinary profession. He shares his personal story and how NVA partners with veterinarians with a focus on promoting a positive culture of servant leadership and community connection.
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Turpin Mott: One of the things that I quote a lot is...we're on this earth for a finite period of time, but we don't know what that period of time is. And so thinking about your own life, to [say], "If I died tomorrow, would I say that I lived a good life?" And so what we espouse to is, how do we help set people up so that they can answer yes to that question—whether they're 60; whether they're just getting into the profession; whether they've been in the profession for a long time—but really being able to answer that "I have lived a good life."
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