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My veterinary practice owner gives mixed signals

July 1, 2014

My practice owner assigns tasks, and she's very hands-off as I work on projects. When I ask for feedback, she says, "You're in charge. I know you'll do great." Then, when I pass off the final project, she nitpicks and points out all the ways she would have done it differently. I'm feeling bullied here. What can I do?

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BizQuiz: Are you the bully at work?

June 5, 2014

Are you the bully at work? Take this quiz to find out if you need to make a change in your professional behaviors at your veterinary practice.

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Got bullies in your veterinary practice?

June 1, 2014

When your workplace bully becomes unbearable, strike back with these tips--before the situation gets grizzly. Check out these seven species of bullies—and tips to bear down.

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The VHMA Files: Be a fly on the wall

June 1, 2014

Veterinary managers speak frankly about what they would like to say to practice owners.

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7 tips to fill down times at your veterinary practice

April 1, 2014

The schedule is only half full and the day is dragging. But there's lots to do to help the patients in your care if you know where to look.

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BizQuiz: Do you manage--or micromanage?

April 1, 2014

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

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3 ideas to boost your veterinary team's spirit

February 1, 2014

Simple gestures can improve your veterinary team's morale.

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Veterinary team motivator: Turn "I" into "we"

January 1, 2014

Use team speak to improve veterinary team members' confidence and performance.

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Why others don't understand you and how to say it better

November 1, 2013

Do the words and phrases you use in the clinic clear the air or create new clouds of confusion? Consider this advice to form better bonds with veterinary clients and coworkers.

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