Measurement of leadership skills development among veterinary students & veterinary professionals participating in an experiential leadership program (the Veterinary Leadership Experience)

Susan L. Crowley, Kendra J. Homan, Kenita S. Rogers, Karen K. Cornell, Lauren J. Olavessen, Elizabeth M. Charles, and Darcy H. Shaw

The objective of this study is to evaluate outcomes associated with an experiential leadership program – the Veterinary Leadership Experience (VLE) – among participants 1 year after program completion.

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Extroversion-Introversion, Psychological Flexibility and Emotional Intelligence in Veterinarians and Veterinary Students

Susan L. Crowley and Kendra J. Homan

The purpose of the present study was to investigate how the trait of extraversion-introversion impacted the relationship between emotional intelligence and psychological flexibility in veterinary students and professionals.

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Psychological Flexibility and Emotional Intelligence in Veterinary Health Professionals

Susan L. Crowley, Kendra J. Homan, and Michelle Decker

High levels of emotional intelligence and psychological flexibility have been associated with:

  • Increased job performance and satisfaction
  • Improved coping abilities with emotional job demands
  • Decreased emotional distress, depression, and suicide
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