Progressing into Management

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About the course

Good to meet like-minded people in a similar position… I learnt a lot about myself and my team’

Member rates offered to SPVS, VPMA, BVNA and VET Trust

Progressing into a management role can be daunting, particularly if you are promoted within your practice and so find yourself managing colleagues. But if you make the transition smoothly, it can be very rewarding both to the practice and to you personally. There are some key things you can learn such as how to give positive feedback, the art of delegation and the importance of consistency. This course from a business consultant with many years’ experience of working with practices and a veterinary nurse, will describe different leadership styles and management techniques. They will include role specific case studies and scenarios to help you tailor the advice to your specific situation.

Speakers: Fiona Nichol, VetPartners & Elaine Paterson, Braid Vets

Who will benefit: Anyone who has recently progressed to manage people or who aspires to move up to head nurse, head receptionist or practice manager, and existing managers who would like to polish up their management and leadership skills.

The day will start at 10:00am and finish at 4:30pm. Workbooks, CPD certificates, lunch and refreshments are included.

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