Step Up or Step Back? Leading teams through change so that performance is maintained regardless of how bad things seem.

Change is hard. Change is scary. Change is everywhere. There is no way to escape the curve balls that life inevitably and mischievously seems to throw. When managed badly, change can rip a team apart and inhibit performance greatly. But when it is managed well, it can galvanize the team and bring about incredible performance. In this session we’ll work with a framework for change and see some first-hand results of how to lead from behind.

Learning Objectives

In this course, students will learn:

  • How to understand change and three frameworks for understanding what is going on in the heads of your people.

  • How to help your team navigate change without becoming a dictator driven by fear. (Real examples from RVs. Using v=exq. Being the coach))

  • How to measure how your team are feeling. (NPS)

Course curriculum

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    Step Up or Step Back? Leading teams through change so that performance is maintained regardless of how bad things seem.

    • Step Up or Step Back? Leading teams through change so that performance is maintained regardless of how bad things seem. (CE Course)

    • Quiz: Step Up or Step Back? Leading teams through change so that performance is maintained regardless of how bad things seem. (Required for RACE and CVPM Credit)

Instructor

Veterinary Business Expert, Author, Speaker

Dave Nicol

Dr. Dave Nicol is the founder of VetX International where he spends most of his time teaching vets how to thrive in practice and practice owners how to lead teams effectively. He is a veterinary business expert, author, award-winning speaker, and insanely prolific content producer! This content list includes three books, most recently the best-selling, So You’re A Vet…Now What? - a manifesto on how to survive as a veterinarian after graduation. Two podcasts and an IGTV show – The Freewheelin’ Vet Q&A Show and Blunt Dissection Podcast - a monthly conversation about success with the rock stars of veterinary medicine (which combined have been played or downloaded nearly quarter of a million times!) He is also an occasional CEO having held senior leadership positions in veterinary and media organizations and now advises many of the vet worlds’ most successful organizations on how to manage their people.