When was the first time you heard about the daring leadership teachings of Brené Brown?
It’s one of those sentinel moments which changes your perspective – even your life. Grounded in decades of research, it opens up a whole new raft of personal and professional possibility.
We’re excited to bring you the second Veterinary Women in Leadership event with a focus on the ‘Dare to LeadTM’ work of world-renowned leadership researcher and writer, Brené Brown.
Click here to join us for this fantastic event, for all those wanting to know more about what leadership is, those considering leadership roles and individuals already in leadership positions. 1-7pm on 22nd April
Following on from the success of the inaugural event last year, we’re delighted to again partner with XLVets to host our second event. The event will include networking, showcasing role models from across the industry and coached breakout sessions to tackle leadership challenges faced by individuals.
Dare to LeadTM Workshop
The main session is an interactive workshop with Roxanne Hobbs of The Hobbs Consultancy, who is a certified ‘Dare to LeadTM’ facilitator. Research has shown that courageous leadership is teachable, observable and measurable. This workshop will enable delegates to delve into what it means to be vulnerable as a leader, translating values into action and understand building trust within teams.
All delegates will receive a copy of the Dare to LeadTM book and refreshments to enjoy during the event.
Role models – if you can see it you can be it
Inspirational role model showcases will include women from practice, business, industry, veterinary nursing and students. Early names confirmed include RCVS President Mandisa Greene, Lou Northway RVN and recipient of the RCVS Inspiration Award, and IVSA President Keeley Orin.
Breakout leadership coaching
The day concludes with a series of coached breakout sessions to enable delegates to discuss the challenges in their own leadership journeys. The idea is to provide some time for attendees to share their personal barriers within small peer groups, facilitated by coaches to guide the conversation and provide action points moving forwards.