Do You Know What Your Want to Achieve in Your Career?

Unfortunately, a lot of veterinarians have lost their passion, enthusiasm and drive for their career. 

 

The Common Mistakes made by Veterinarians in their Career

Choosing any job because of the tough market

Thinking this is the best it will get & staying while unhappy, frustrated and unfulfilled

Not believing in their own talents & skills

Not asking to be given opportunities

Not choosing CPD strategically to build their skills

Not asking for a salary increase or improved benefits

Not asking for further training

Lack of confidence, self belief and self worth

Not building 'soft' skills such as communication, leadership, empathy, stress management, influence

Choosing a practice for what they don't have to do e.g. on call, weekends, late nights

Waiting until they know everything and are highly experienced before applying for their dream job

Believing if you do a great job, you will be recognised and rewarded.  (You must learn to ask!)

What Limits Your Veterinary Career

Plan to Succeed in Your Veterinary Career

IF YOU FAIL TO PLAN

YOU PLAN TO FAIL

You must take the time to determine what you want from your career, what you need to learn and what opportunities you need to create this vision.

 Set Goals for Your Veterinary Career

Determine what you want & how to achieve it

 


The Veterinary Career Plan is an advanced training over 5 modules that will help you do this.


The Modules are as follows:

  • 1. Likes & Dislikes

    Determine what you like & dislike in practice

  • 2. Ideal Veterinary Career

    What do you want to achieve in your career?  Do you have a vision?

  • 3. Where are you now?

    Where are you currently in your career & in practice?

  • 4. The Gap

    Identify what you need to learn to achieve your vision

  • 5. Action Plan

    Determine what steps you need to take to achieve your vision

  • Summary

    What to do with the 5 lists you have created

  • Access Anytime

    You have access to the course 24/7

    Video + worksheet for each module

  • Money Back Guarantee

    Veterinary Career Plan comes with a 30 day money back guarantee

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Gain clarity about the direction of your career & the knowledge, skills & experience you need

The 5 worksheets you complete will help you evaluate every opportunity

  • to ensure the veterinary practice fits with your vision & where you will thrive

  • to know exactly what is negotiable and non-negotiable with regard to benefits & working conditions

  • to identify and avoid the practices where you become unhappy, frustrated & stuck


You will identify exactly where you must gain knowledge, build skills and experience

Create Your Career Goals Now & Rediscover Your Passion For Your Career

$97

Australian Dollars inclusive of GST

One Time Cost.  Instant Access

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About Natasha Wilks, High Performance Vets

Dr Natasha Wilks BVSc Dip Coaching, created High Performance Vets in 2011 to help veterinarians overcomes the challenges that are common in practice and to assist veterinarians to succeed in their life and career as well as increasing their income.

Natasha is a Veterinarian with 17 years experience and a Life & Executive Coach since 2006.  She recently became a Certified Social + Emotional Intelligence Coach.

Natasha is passionate about educating people in how to improve their wellbeing and develop resilience in the face of challenges.

Natasha Wilks

Natasha created the Veterinary Career Plan program when she recognised that her colleagues were leaving practices for valid reasons but were considering employment opportunities for what they didn't want in a practice.  With this focus they weren't evaluating the positions and practices for what knowledge, skills and experience they would gain in their career and would encounter frustrations and stagnation in their career.

This course is a culmination of everything Natasha has learned and applied in her years as a Veterinarian and coach but also what she wish she knew in the first few years of her career.