Watch the trailer below for “BVNA leadership series part 1: Rethinking what leadership looks like” by Lyndsay Hughes RVN. If you want to watch it in full, click on buy on the video.

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Thank you to Vet Dynamics for sponsoring this webinar.

This two-part webinar series is aimed at RVNs within leadership and management roles, but would be useful for any other veterinary professional and wider teams too. Our speakers will highlight the endless opportunities and career progression that can be found within these roles, and also where support can be sought in what can sometimes feel like a lonely position. As a leader, we’ll help you feel informed, empowered and connected.

Part 1 provides an overview highlighting the variety of leadership roles available in practice, and how we can break with tradition to allow career progression and job satisfaction. The talk will include an overview of what it takes to be a successful leader, enabling you to reflect on your own leadership style. We will ask what do you need to be able to ask and how to form the right questions – to include during interview.

Learning outcomes:

1 – To gain an overview of leadership styles, recognise and reflect on your individual leadership style and the impact this can have

2 – To have an overview of nursing roles available, or that can be created to provide career progression and job satisfaction

3 – To be able to have the confidence to raise concerns and ask questions, particularly in relation to your own career progression and when looking for support

Register for part 2 here – Part 2: “A journey through leadership for veterinary nurses” with Beth Kirwan RVN – Tuesday 15th August 7.30pm

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