Apr
17
2015

Perhaps you're a student about to enter the work force? Or, maybe you're contemplating a job change?

You may be looking for a mentor to help ease your transition.

Even if change is not on the horizon, mentorship can help you grow, develop new skills, or provide exposure to new opportunities and ideas. We all spent years preparing for our careers as veterinarians. We owe it to ourselves to devote time and energy to developing ourselves and to making the most of our careers. Mentorship is one important way we can do just this.

Whether you're seeking mentorship or are interested in serving as a mentor (or, ideally, both!), this webinar is for you. It will help you be sure you are making the most of mentoring.

After participating in this webinar, you will understand the role of the mentor and the mentee in the mentoring relationship. You will learn tips for:

  1. Developing a vision plan
  2. Discussing mentorship as part of the hiring process
  3. Approaching the mentoring relationship at the start
  4. Setting SMART goals
  5. Keeping the mentoring relationship going

Specific mentoring activities for the veterinary practice will be reviewed.

Presentation title:
Making the Most of Mentoring

Broadcast dates:
April 20 - May 3

Sponsor:
Hill's Pet Nutrition

Speaker: 
Karen Shenoy, DVM, is a 2004 graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She has worked for Hill's Pet Nutrition for more than 7 years and currently serves as a professional consulting veterinarian team leader. In this role, she manages a team of field-based veterinarians who support schools, specialists in private practice, and Hill's customer development personnel. In previous roles with Hill's, she worked as a veterinary affairs manager, serving as the Hill's contact for six veterinary colleges, and as practice development veterinarian. She has a passion for teaching and has also worked in small-animal practice and as an instructor in a veterinary technology program. Her other love is wildlife medicine. Shenoy has been involved with the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota (WRC) for 17 years. She served as a staff veterinarian and director of nursery programs at WRC for several years immediately prior to her employment at Hill's. She was in charge of the clinic's undergraduate internship program during that time. She serves on the American Veterinary Medical Association's Early Career Development Committee and helps lead the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association's Power of Ten Leadership initiative for recent graduates. Throughout her veterinary career, she has mentored many undergraduates, veterinary students, and early career veterinarians. She loves giving back to the profession in this way and is grateful for the many talented mentors who have helped her. Shenoy lives in the Twin Cities area with her husband, daughter, and two dogs. 

Registration
Register here for this webinar. 

 

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