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Managing team members

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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 05, 2016
Selling doesn't have to be feel bad
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 28, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Spray bottles, rolled-up newspapers and "No! Bad dog!" not your training cup of tea? Make sure your veterinary practice works with the right trainers with tips from behaviorist Dr. Lisa Radosta.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 20, 2016
Use these tips to tame tempers and vanquish veterinary team tantrums.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 08, 2016
Long shifts. A stressful, emotional environment. These ingredients can create an unpalatable mix that leads to skimping on sleep, dodging exercise and reaching for junk food. Team health challenges just might be the spice to get your team on the track in the new year.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 28, 2015
Use these five tips to overcome compassion fatigue and burnout (and learn to tell the difference).
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Dec 24, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
Unless your veterinary hospital is laser-focused on behavior issues, you’re leaving problems unfixed and client questions unanswered. Your technicians can help.
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Nationwide: Dec 24, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
Your veterinary team knows all about the health of your patients, but what about the health of your veterinary practice? In this Team Meeting in a Box, you'll look at the condition of your financials and your operations and then treat them with new ideas and strategies.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 21, 2015
True or false: When veterinarians and team members use personalized approaches to managing patient health, this enhances care and patients flourish.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 16, 2015
The business of good medicine counts on guidelines for a vast array of conditions, issues and procedures. Standards make sense, but are practices readily adopting them?
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 09, 2015
Rhonda the receptionist dodges and weaves around a client’s questions about the preanesthetic consent form and gives confusing information. Special Guest Star Mary Berg, BS, RVT, RLATG, VTS (dentistry).
Dec 01, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
You can fix that problem for a veterinary team member. But should you?
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 27, 2015
Managers, I went from nearly 100 percent turnover to 0 percent. What changed? Me—and how I trained new team members.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 23, 2015
Do you rock the clock or is it time to consider strategies to reduce your veterinary clients' wait time? Use this checklist to test your team.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 16, 2015
Ready to rule the world (or at least your practice)? Before you race for that promotion, you need to learn to manage your manager. Consider these three examples to untether your career and get ready for greatness.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 11, 2015
“There’s a bully who’s really wrecking my life at my veterinary practice. How do I broach the “B” word to my boss—and when is it time to move on to another hospital?” Sheila Grosdidier, RVT, of VMC, Inc. in Evergreen, Colorado, says the answer lies in another “B” word: Showing your boss how the bully affects the business.