Enhance your practice
with educational opportunities
Enhance your practice with educational opportunities for your entire team.
VGP offers a variety of educational webinars, events, e-courses and more to strengthen your understanding of what it takes to be a successful veterinary practice.
Have you ever thought about how much conflict costs your practice? Over the course of the weekend, you'll learn and practice the five-step model for managerial mediation that will allow you to support your team in a productive problem-solving conversation.
Virtual Commando Conversations
Oct 4-5 Registration Open!
Now is the time to learn how to move from conflict to collaboration. In this 2-day virtual workshop, we'll approach conflict from your perspective.
VGP's newest educational opportunity! Guided Group Mentorship and Learning.
The QPR mission is to reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives by providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention training.
Whether you’re new to Pathway Planning or just want to fine tune your plan, this course is for you. Learners receive 6 hours of RACE-approved CE credits upon completion and all team members are welcome.
Included in VGP Elite membership, this course is packed with information about OSHA that can be shared with your team for training and includes one hour of RACE. The training is easy to use, adult-learner friendly, and can be completed at your own pace.
This RACE-approved (for 3 credit hours) course teaches the four areas of emotional intelligence—self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management—and how you can develop your skills in each to better lead your team and practice.
VGP hosts new monthly, 30 to 60-minute virtual practice management seminars covering topics including budgeting, inventory, management, leadership, marketing plan implementation and much more. VGP Elite members can also access our entire catalog of past webinar recordings.
Watch an example of one of our RACE Approved webinars: “Work Life Harmony: How to Balance Your Career for a Happy, Healthy Life”
Improve Team Retention (and more) with Strengths-Based Coaching
By Jamie Davis, CVPM
If you have ever been part of the interview process, you have likely heard the question – “What are your strengths?” which is often followed by “What are your weaknesses?” Using this information for our selection process is common. However, the use of these questions in our team development is not near as common and this is a big, missed opportunity.