Dec
20
2016

“We’re going to get creative today. I’m going to teach you a process of innovation that you can use for anything you want to do inside your practices, with your career, with your culture, and for that matter, with anything else in your life that you might want to explore. By the end of today, you’ll have a process that will help you have a happier, brighter, more innovative, more creative practice.”
–Ed Goodman, Veterinary Management Institute

Intrigued? This is just one example of what you can expect to accomplish at your very first session of Veterinary Management Institute (VMI).

In our upcoming February 16–18 session, we’ll also cover topics like value creation in veterinary practices, strategic human resources management, staff training, and more. Our remaining 2017 sessions, June 15–17 and November 16–18, will touch on everything from financial and inventory management to marketing, conflict management, and communication skills.

At VMI, you’ll delve into these subjects and more through in-person learning led by expert facilitators, online educational modules, and interactive group exercises that will keep you engaged and encourage you to form long-lasting connections with your peers.

Ready to tackle your practice’s challenges and develop relevant skills you can implement immediately? Learn more about VMI’s veterinary-specific management program and enroll at aaha.org/vmi

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