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Workplace Culture and Wellbeing: How to Make a Change

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Workplace Culture and Wellbeing: How to Make a Change

08 Nov 2019
New York State Veterinary Medical Society Theater
Practice Manager

Trying to shift or change a practice culture is a long, arduous process, but worth the energy and effort to build a more resilient profession. Not only does this improve retention, it also improves moral and diminishes workplace burnout. This workshop will cover the top models for organizational culture change, how to incorporate multiple stakeholder needs, and navigating barriers to change such as; closed attitudes, counterproductive change dynamics, and lack of expertise. Participants will leave with an awareness and an intellectual framework to think more critically about how to achieve a culture of wellbeing in their practices and build more collective resilience in veterinary medicine.

  • - Cover the top models for organizational culture change
  • - Identify and incorporate multiple stakeholder needs
  • - Discuss how to navigate barriers to change such as; closed attitudes, counterproductive change dynamics, and lack of expertise
  • - Leave with an awareness and an intellectual framework to think more critically about how to achieve a culture of wellbeing in their practices
Speakers
Makenzie Peterson, Wellbeing Program Director - Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine

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