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March 29-30, 2019

Kalahari Resort - Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania

CAN YOU IMAGINE...

Having the skill set and confidence to lead yourself, your team, and your practice into the future? Working in an environment where the practice culture fosters innovation and productivity? Collaborating as a team that is engaged in your mission? Being a patient-focused group driven toward the common goal of a successful practice? Can you imagine thriving instead of just surviving?

DO MORE THAN IMAGINE IT... MAKE IT HAPPEN.  


JOIN US AT THRIVE TO START YOUR JOURNEY

On March 29-30, 2019, we invite you to build on your imagination and create the foundation for your practice's future.  Join us in learning how to be more than a survivor and to THRIVE as a veterinary professional, tam, and practice.  The Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) is pleased to bring an innovative and engaging educational experience to veterinary teams in our region.  Not your usual conference, our two-day summit includes insightful topics on leadership and organizational development, as well as personal wellbeing, human resource management, and building impactful teams. Our nationally known speakers will both inspire and instruct.  The sessions include skill development workshops allowing you to walk away better able to assess and work through your daily challenges. The program is guaranteed to give you skills and tools that change how you lead your practice, how your team works together, and how you serve your clients and patients.

PVMA invites all team members to join us for this interactive, challenging event. It is sure to be a pivotal point in your continuing education for 2019. As an added incentive, registration has been priced to encourage multiple key team members to attend, providing your team the opportunity to learn and THRIVE together.  We hope you will join us!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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