New Year's resolutions for veterinary professionals
Whether you're a veterinarian, a veterinary technician or a practice manager (and, receptionists and other team members, I bet you can find inspiration and goal here too), we've got you covered with these inspirational goals and ideas for an even better year in practice.
It's almost here. Don't brace for impact! Plan ahead ... (PHOTO CREDIT TK)
It's almost a new year, and things are slow around the veterinary practice, and life is crazy at home ... and how about those New Year's resolutions?
Don't dream up something Dec. 31, with a glass of champagne in your hand and a false sense of confidence. Pick a goal (or a few goals) you can break down into smaller steps, monitor and achieve.
Whether you're a veterinarian, a veterinary technician or a practice manager (and, receptionists and other team members, I bet you can find inspiration and goal here too), we've got you covered ...
Don't go poofy-tailed with fear of New Year's resolutions for you and your veterinary team. Try on this sleek, feline-flavored approach to make kitties more comfortable-and you feel accomplished.
Want a resolution you'll actually stick with? Pick one that will make where you spend the majority of your day-the veterinary clinic-a better place to be for you, your patients and the people around you.
After you take a cup o' kindness for auld lang syne, here's what to purge and what to pursue in your veterinary hospital over the coming year.