The Leadership Programme is a bespoke 7 day programme for developing business leadership skills in XLVets which encompasses
3 days on leading an effective team and leading people,
2 days on business process leadership and customer leadership and;
2 days on financial leadership and business planning.
Module 1- 25th -27th June 2019. Venue: Brathay Hall, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 0HP
Module 2- 23rd & 24th July 2019. Venue: Birmingham City Centre
Module 3- 3rd & 4th September 2019. Venue: Birmingham City Centre
This cost includes accommodation for 4 nights, we will contact delegates separately about their requirements.
Who is this programme for?
What is Different About This Course?
Previous delegates have experienced
This people module has massively reinforced how important the quality of the communication is, rather than the quantity. It has made me reflect on what effect my own actions and behaviour have on the actions and behaviour of my staff. Nick Eames, Tyndale Vets Ltd
I was a little hesitant about doing the programme at first, in that although I am a member of our Senior Management Team, I am not a business owner, and wondered if this programme was mostly created for them. However, this turned out to be probably one of the most beneficial aspects in that the insights gained from each others perspectives throughout the experiential process facilitated a new level of learning that would not have been possible without. Joanna Byrne, Larkmead.
Business management training has helped me understand the basics of business. The literature is a rich source of techniques and applications from other industries that can be used to improve our veterinary practices and our group as a whole. The veterinary landscape is changing. Empower yourself to steer your business with purpose and vision. Colin Mitchell, Scott Mitchell Associates.
What Are the Likely Benefits to The Business?
Objectives of the course are to enable delegates to
Cost (inc. VAT): £3600.00
Start: 25 Jun 2019
Finish: 4 Sep 2019
Start Time: TBA
Duration: 49 Hours