Tweeting veterinarian offers 4 tips for associates about communicating with veterinary bosses

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Take initiative, offer ideas that align with owners' concerns.

An Indianapolis veterinarian on Twitter gave associates four tips about communicating with their bosses. Greg Magnusson, DVM, founder of Leo's Pet Care, tweeted the advice to a Pennsylvania veterinarian and Veterinary Economics editor, Brendan Howard.

"@katiekberlin: tips how an associate can intro ideas on low stress handling and team communication training to her bosses?" @BrendanMHoward

- Greg Magnusson (@IndianapolisVet) January 22, 2015

@katiekberlin@BrendanMHoward Tip #1: become an owner. Then you'll never have to ask permission again. haha

- Greg Magnusson (@IndianapolisVet) January 22, 2015

@katiekberlin@BrendanMHoward Tip #2: it's easier to ask forgiveness than permission. Change something, measure improvement, THEN talk?

- Greg Magnusson (@IndianapolisVet) January 22, 2015

@katiekberlin@BrendanMHoward Tip #3: Your chances of success are much higher if your idea takes neither time nor money from the owner.

- Greg Magnusson (@IndianapolisVet) January 22, 2015

@katiekberlin@BrendanMHoward Tip #4: Take control of staff meetings & education. Be the communicator you want to see everyone else become.

- Greg Magnusson (@IndianapolisVet) January 22, 2015

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