The Veterinary Change Catalyst Programme

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ARE YOU READY FOR A CHANGE?

Are you feeling lost in your career or struggling with your work/life balance and wellbeing? Do you need to make a positive change or perhaps you just feel like something’s not quite right and your struggling to put a finger on it?

The Vet Change Catalyst is just what you need. Invest in some time-out to re-energise and gain new insights for the changes you need to make in your life.

THE VET CHANGE CATALYST PROGRAMME 2018 KICKS OFF 9TH-11TH OCTOBER AND RUNS UP TO CHRISTMAS 2018

WHO IS IT FOR?

There are three groups of veterinary professionals who could benefit from the Vet Change Catalyst.

Vet professionals who know there is an issue in their work, wellbeing or life and are looking for effective ways to deal with it

Those who know there’s an issue, but are struggling to put their finger on the cause and so want to spend time clarifying what their issue is before working on the ways to deal with it

People who are looking for innovative tools to inspire creativity, work on problems and deliver change in their work or personal lives.

Examples could include reaching a career crossroads, feeling demotivated and burnt out or preparing for a life changing event such as practice ownership or sale, having a family or retiring.

WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE AND HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The Veterinary Change Catalyst programme includes the 2-day retreat and three months of confidential, one-to-one coaching. The retreat includes full board and accommodation, delicious vegetarian food, professional facilitators and all materials.

Early Bird Rate for bookings before 1/8/2018: £1200+VAT – That’s 20% discount!

From 1/8/2018: £1,500+VAT.

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