Jamie Davis, CVPM

Practice managers supporting their teams in wellbeing, stress relief and work/life blend ROCK! Jamie Davis, CVPM is such a manager. Attendees will learn from her first-hand experience in tracking Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in team wellbeing. Yes, actually measuring and improving with the team’s input and buy-in! It’s incredible how simply defining stressors and relievers can elevate a team’s engagement and empathy. Join Jamie’s classes during Veterinary Teams Living Well Streamed Symposium to learn more.

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Friday 10:30 Mtn Time 

Team Meetings, Discussing Stress & Relief

Jamie Davis, BSc, CVPM, FFCP

Sure you may have a meeting agenda riddled with training on the rigors of delivering veterinary medicine but when was the last time your team talked about the rigors of stress and relief? Your veterinary professionals are bombarded with stressful situations every day and creating a space of psychological safety and open dialog is crucial to maintaining a healthy work environment.

Learning Objectives

  • Define individual and team stressors
  • Define individual and team relievers
  • Create meeting agendas to include wellbeing

Sunday 10:30 Mtn Time 

New KPI’s in Vet Team Wellbeing – A Case Study

Jamie Davis, BS, CVPM, FFCP & Rebecca Rose, CVT, Certified Career Coach

Tracking Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in revenue, client retention and client transactions are well known as a best business practice in evaluating your hospital’s health.  But what about evaluating and measuring veterinary team wellbeing? You can’t manage what you don’t measure. After reviewing those “same old” KPIs, let’s pull them into the 21st century.  Attendees will identify how to establish, measure and report Team Wellbeing KPIs. Receive the tools to create, track and improve your team’s wellbeing.

Learning Objectives

  • Review case study in tracking and reporting veterinary team wellbeing
  • Outline tangible wellbeing activities
  • Define Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in Veterinary Team Wellbeing