Oriana D. Scislowicz, LVT, PHR
Have you been promoted to veterinary practice manager? Once upon a time, I was in your shoes too. Here’s what I learned along the way that might help you as you step into your new role.
If the hospital owner constantly discredits the guidance you provide to your veterinary team, having that uncomfortable conversation with him or her about how their behavior makes you feel could help set things straight.
We live in a hypercritical society. And veterinary professionals are usually first in line to blame themselves for all kinds of things, mistakes or not. But If youre so busy reassuring your veterinary clinic employees that youre negating performance issues entirely, you need these tips.
Veterinary practice is hard enough without an impatient, demanding yeller in your life. Here are steps to change your thinking, to try to change a boss behavior and maybe to get out, if you can.
Making up good stories about how a veterinary colleague didnt mean to hurt you with the negative comment or bad interaction is key to improving a veterinary hospitals work culture. And it starts with managers modeling that behavior.
Not enough sleep, not enough exercise, not enough time. Is your job in veterinary practice to blameand can you fix it?
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