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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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Our veterinary practice owner's baby gives us the blues

October 1, 2013

Q: Our veterinarian brings her infant to work every day. Our team lags behind with our work because if the baby starts fussing we have to drop what we're doing and take care of the baby. What can we do?

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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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Live from CVC: Give your veterinary practice an organizational checkup

August 24, 2013

Afraid your practice is a little under the weather? Use this checkup to make sure your hospital is staying healthy.

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Schedule tight, right in veterinary practice

August 1, 2013

A rigid schedule can leave no time to compensate when you're trying to explain a tricky chronic medical issue, such as renal disease. A loose schedule wastes valuable resources. So how do you get it spot on?

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