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Unlocking Potential – New Challenges Need New Solutions
If you have ever felt overwhelmed by challenges or faced what seem to be insurmountable obstacles in veterinary medicine, have you considered how you may be able to break out of trying to solve today’s challenges with yesterday’s solutions? If you had a simple model to follow would it help you take a step back and approach problem solving with creativity? Creativity is not just for kids, artists, and grandmas. Universally touted as the skill you need to survive and thrive in veterinary medicine this decade, creativity is an elemental, human gift. Access your unique style of everyday creativity, even if you can’t sing Happy Birthday. Research in creativity promises better mood, team cohesion, engagement, decreased turnover, increased job satisfaction and performance, innovation, and even profitability. Disruption of the status quo demands the courage to lead with creativity, and to take bold choices to stand out in the crowd.

Oct 25, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Caroline Brookfield
Caroline believes that if everyone took small, unconventional actions to embrace their inherent creativity, we could change the world. Trained as a veterinarian and researcher, she delights in using data and immersive experiences to convince the most reluctant creative. She is always up for a challenge, like stand-up comedy, learning guitar, rock climbing, getting her kids to eat vegetables, surfing, meditation retreats with sniper rifles. You know, the usual stuff. Caroline holds her DVM from the Ontario Veterinary College, she is a level 2 Creative Problem Solving facilitator, and holds a Certificate of Professional Management from the University of Calgary. She lives in Calgary where her lectures are unheeded by her family. The dog listens, sometimes.