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How to micromanage your veterinary team and shatter motivation

April 1, 2014

Watch your team members wilt before your eyes with these steps to push, bully and completely overwhelm them. Then read these team tips to heal the breaks.

Source: FIRSTLINE

BizQuiz: Do you manage--or micromanage?

April 1, 2014

Are you managing or micromanaging your veterinary team? Take this quiz to find out:

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

BizQuiz: Do you know sexual harassment when you see it?

February 24, 2014

Take a look at three hypothetical situations and answer the corresponding questions to see if you can recognize sexual harassment at your veterinary practice.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Don't fall prey to these delegation dangers at your veterinary clinic

February 1, 2014

If veterinarians delegate too many tasks they risk taking themselves out of the loop. Don't delegate enough and risk inefficiencies and employee resentment. Here's how to get it just right.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Cultivating cross-cultural connection at your veterinary practice

February 1, 2014

Whether it's a veterinary team member or client, make an effort to communicate effectively with people from other cultures.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

New Year's veterinary practice checklist: 7 things to do right now

January 7, 2014

Take care of these critical items in January 2014 to reap the rewards all year in practice success, team morale and better medicine at your veterinary hospital.

Source: FIRSTLINE

The VHMA Files: Simple steps to avoid legal storms in veterinary practice

January 1, 2014

Help avoid lawsuits by practicing good communication.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Pushing the limit on playing hooky

December 2, 2013

Q. I think one of my veterinary staff members is abusing the sick days policy. What should I do about it?

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Life stages: The next step

December 1, 2013

Follow these "next steps" to make sure your veterinary team is prepared to discuss veterinary care for pets of all ages with clients.

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