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Build an Incredible CareerUncharted Online is NOT just a library for engaging, action-oriented educational content to help you grow your practice, improve your team culture, enjoy medicine more and make significant and meaningful changes to your business and career. Oh, no. It’s a peer-mentorship community and support system that will keep you motivated, give you encouragement, hold you accountable, inspire you and introduce you to people who can show you what success in veterinary medicine really looks like.
Get Exclusive Access to Career Changing ContentWith only 150 online spots available, Uncharted Online is an intimate and focused community. You’ll get access to:
- All previous Uncharted webinars (23+)
- Our exclusive Facebook groups
- New webinars every month
- Member meet-ups at most major veterinary conferences
- Video versions of all 2017 and 2018 Uncharted Conferences
Get Actionable Training From Industry LeadersUncharted Veterinary Online gives you personalized online courses, live discussion sessions about real-life practice problems, peer collaboration, staff training resources, and – we are constantly adding new courses, programs and content!
Our personalized challenge groups are four to six-week, small group deep dives into communication, marketing, leadership or management topics.
Get access to the online course “How to Get It All Done” by Dr. Andy Roark. It’s broken up into staff meeting-sized lectures and team exercises.
Yes. Yes they are. There is a firm cap of 150 people per conference. This is because nothing is more valuable than meeting brilliant people in an intimate and vibrant setting. Our first year, Uncharted Veterinary Conference sold out in 10 weeks. We expect both conferences to sell out faster than that in 2017. Depending on how quickly they sell out, we may or may not add more conferences in 2019.
No. At least, we try really hard to make sure they don’t. Yes, there is a ton of socializing and meeting people and talking about your practice, career, goals, challenges, etc. However, half of the team that works to plan Uncharted conferences is introverted and we are very aware that some people will need downtime to recharge batteries. These conferences are exhausting (think: best-vacation-ever exhausting), but you will have a lot of control over how you spend your time.
Yes and No. Registration works in stages. First, 2017 attendees will have the chance to register for 2018. Then, 2017 members will have the chance to nominate new people for early registration for 2018. After that, registration of all remaining seats will open to the public.
That’s a big question. Definitely review our conference web pages to get all the insight, but briefly… Uncharted is all about taking the perfect number of the brightest, most enthusiastic veterinary business/communication/marketing geeks in the world and putting them all together in a tiny, swanky hotel with incredible food, a fanatical focus on getting them to know each other, a 15:1 attendee to instructor ratio, and educational topics that are more advanced than traditional vet conferences. We pump in enthusiasm, energy, and an attitude that anything is possible. Seriously, last year people cried when it was over.
No. It's a set price for one year which can be broken into monthly payments for your convenience.
You can attend up to six workshops. However, lecture and discussion sessions will also be happening on the main stage. How many workshops you do depends entirely on how many lecture/discussion you choose to do (and also whether you choose to use one of your sessions to work on the skill you have just learned or take a break from the action to recharge. Both of those activities are totally fine as well.)
We are using a system similar to college registrars to allow attendees to rank their preference before the conference begins. We will then provide each attendee with a personalized schedule to ensure optimal workshop sizes with no stress.
Attendees will b provided with detailed information regarding the content of workshops and lecture/discussions prior to the conference to assist in selecting sessions.
There are three options for joining up with Uncharted. You can come to both Uncharted conferences (Uncharted & Uncharted: GSD) and be part of the online community, you can come to one of the two conferences and be part of the online community, or you can just join the online community. Choose what’s right for you then pay monthly or as one lump sum.
Sign up for the Uncharted newsletter at https://unchartedvet.com/newsletter . Public registration open dates will be emailed out every year. That will also be the first place we announce when registration is live. Keep an eye on your email and be ready!
Yes. Our members will always come first when it comes to registration for future events.
YES! Both of our conferences are filmed and archived versions go into the online school. It generally takes a month or so to get everything processed and edited, but then it’s all there. When you join the online community, you’ll already have access to the 2017 Uncharted conference including all the workshops, general sessions and the keynote address.
No. There is a limited window to register for the 2018 online community. This is to help ensure a cohesive group and a to provide a certain level of confidentiality that can’t be achieved with people coming and going. Registration for 2018’s online community will close when all spaces are full or on February 15th, whichever is first.
There is absolutely a limit to how many people can join. Right now that limit is 150 people. We want our community to really serve its members. We want them to have access to the people who can help them. We want them to get into ALL the courses they want, and have a meaningful, intimate experience when they do. We can’t offer this is we let too many people in.