Leadership and Effective Communication (Straight from the Horse's Mouth)
World Small Animal Veterinary Association World Congress Proceedings, 2003
Caroline Jevring, BVetMed, MRCVS
Managing Director, Foundation of Companion Animal Hospitals in Greater Stockholm, Regional Companion Animal Hospital Bagarmossen, Ljusnevägen
Bagarmossen, Sweden

Abstract: As leader in your organisation it is critical you can communicate effectively with your staff. A leader has a number of distinctive characteristics which can be developed through awareness and training. Learning to be a leader for your horse can provide invaluable experience and understanding about the requirements of leadership. Pat Parelli's method of Natural Horsemanship is presented as a model of leadership in practice. Horse leadership skills are translated into people leadership skills.

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Caroline Jevring, BVetMed, MRCVS
Managing Director
Foundation of Companion Animal Hospitals in Greater Stockholm
Regional Companion Animal Hospital Bagarmossen, Ljusnev├Ągen
Bagarmossen, Sweden


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