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15 ways to work smarter

September 1, 2006

Want to get more done in less time? Plan for efficiency with these one-step-at-a-time solutions.

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Veterinary team burnout buster: Seek CE

April 1, 2014

Head off burnout and heat up your veterinary career with these hot tips to grow in your profession and offer the highest level of service and care for people and pets at your practice.

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5-minute drill: Train your veterinary team to write right

March 1, 2014

Use this advice to write effective marketing materials for veterinary clients.

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How to juggle a veterinary job and training

December 1, 2013

I'm a receptionist, but I also do a lot of assisting the doctor and technicians. My biggest frustration is trying to learn tasks at the back of the clinic that would make me more helpful while always being interrupted by the phone and walk-ins. How do I balance the work?—Not dropping the ball

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Facing fear head on: Tips for veterinarians to create a more behavior-centered practice

October 1, 2013

In part 2 of this series, we equip veterinary teams to assess and alleviate fear during veterinary visits to build a more behavior-centered practice—and stronger pet-owner relationships.

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Are you a coachable team player?

August 28, 2013

Ready to make game-changing plays in pets' health? You must start by opening yourself to messages from your coaches and practice leaders.

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New column: Veterinary technician moving up

August 15, 2013

Add your advice for a technician who's transitioning to a position with more management responsibility

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Get "in" with introverts and extroverts

August 1, 2013

Whether you're fueled by quiet or craziness, you can leverage your personality and skills in veterinary practice.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Frame your front line's first impression

December 1, 2012

Receptionists are the first and last people that your veterinary clients communicate with in every visit. Make sure they leave the right—and lasting—impression.

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