|Power of 10|
ATTENTION GRADUATES OF CVM CLASSES OF 2008-2014
Are you interested in IVMA’s Power of Ten Leadership Program?
The Power of Ten Leadership (POTL) Program is designed to cultivate leadership capacity in recent graduates and provide learning experiences that will enrich the individual and benefit the individual’s practice, community, and profession. It’s a way to help recent graduates answer questions like:
The Power of Ten Leadership Program will provide ten recent graduates (graduated from a college of veterinary medicine with a DVM degree in the years 2008-2014) with four leadership development sessions over a seven-month period. IVMA will provide topic experts and meeting expenses at no charge for participants to attend sessions that not only convey the key learning points about leadership, but also deepen the understanding of class members on a number of related topics. Sessions will include four face-to-face sessions in Indianapolis at the IVMA offices.
Sessions will include:
· Compassion/Treatment Fatigue – how do I cope with the challenges of practice?
· Potpourri Day – a full of day of key opinion leaders who will cover time management, goal-setting, legal issues, organized veterinary medicine, and financial matters – a very interactive and engaging session
What was the feedback from recent POTL classed? See what they had to say:
"The POTL opportunity definitely filled a void that I had been looking to fill over the past few years. I have always had an interest in organized veterinary medicine stemming from my involvement in numerous organizations during high school and college. My first few years of my veterinary career were spent becoming comfortable with applying all the skills I had learned in veterinary school. The POTL experience provided me an opportunity to learn other important skills for a veterinarian such as communication, personality types, financial skills, and time management. This experience has also reignited my interest in organized veterinary medicine and has led me to pursue involvement with the IVMA and the Membership Committee. I would highly recommend this opportunity for all recent graduates.”
Jennifer S. Stresemann, DVM
Northeast Indiana Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2006
"I fully endorse the POTL. I was able to learn more about myself though personality and communication training. The training has paid off in more successful communication with my clients and staff. It is well worth your time and energy.”
Aaron Smiley, DVM
Devonshire Veterinary Clinic
University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2007
"The Power of 10 leadership program was extremely beneficial. The content included topics that are not often spoken about in day to day practice (goal setting, compassion fatigue, personal finances, communication) but are essential to making us, as young veterinarians, successful and able to thrive in this profession. The program also allowed networking with fellow veterinarians. Overall, it was an excellent program and I would recommend it to any recent graduate.”
Jen Fife, DVM
Bush Veterinary Services
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2010
"The Power of Ten Leadership program was a valuable and worthwhile series of meetings that provided tools and tactics that could be implemented straight away in both my professional and personal lives. I took away an abundance of resources related to time management, financial management, and legal issues of concern to our profession. I identified a number of ways to better myself, and learned strategies for becoming a more effective communicator and leader.”
Maria Cooper, DVM
Indiana State Board of Animal Health
Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2011
"The future leaders program was a fantastic way to meet and network with other veterinary professionals in Indiana. It helped me learn how to more effectively communicate as well as work with other people that may have different personality styles than me."
Leslie Sadeghi-Brooks, DVM
Care Animal Hospital
University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2012
We anticipate that classes will also create a sense of community and participants will likely build lasting bonds with members of their program class. The first class will be held on Wednesday, September 3, 2014, at Elanco HQ in Greenfield, IN, and will conclude before the IVMA Annual Meeting in February, 2015. We will recognize the POTL participants at the IVMA Membership Meeting during the IVMA Annual Meeting on Saturday, February 7, 2015.
What do I need to do to sign up?
· First – Get your practice owner to commit to supporting your involvement in this initiative since it means you will likely miss four days of work for these important sessions.
· Second – Fill out the Power of Ten Leadership Program Application Form below and wait to hear from the selection committee.
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