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Managing team members

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FIRSTLINE: Feb 14, 2018
Collaboration will ensure smooth implementation—and you'll pick up important information.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 08, 2018
Dealing with a pack mentality is not what I signed up for when I entered the veterinary technology profession.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 08, 2018
Schooling and book learning didn't prepare me for the emotional, communication and management headaches that come with the harried job of the veterinary hospital manager. Come sympathize with my agonies ... or, better yet, learn faster than I did.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 07, 2018
If you’re burning through veterinary team members, try a new approach to employee orientation—and snuff the fires for good.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 01, 2018
Veterinary teams can run so smoothly it can feel like they’re on cruise control, but managers need to stay in the driver’s seat and keep one hand on the wheel for success.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 31, 2018
You’ve got a dream team full of champion staff members. So how can you make sure you keep them in your veterinary practice? Here are some ideas.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jan 23, 2018
Revisit the status quo and get your practice procedures dialed in.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 23, 2018
As veterinary practice managers, we can help make our teams more adaptable and efficient.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 16, 2018
Dealing with co-workers can be as stressful as handling patients, says this vet tech.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jan 05, 2018
Do employee reviews fill you with dread due to anxiety over difficult conversations, losing valuable work time and having to rely on your struggling memory? Don’t dig in your heels. Proper preparation can make the task easier and your feedback more valuable.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jan 05, 2018
Are you a high-flying veterinarian by day and a reluctant veterinary practice manager by night? I don’t want to take the wind out of your cape, but your neglected alter ego may need a boost.
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VETTED: Jan 02, 2018
Deciding to not offer declaws anymore was only the first step. The next steps involved training our team and updating our materials. Here’s how we did it.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jan 02, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
If you can answer affirmatively to all 10 questions, you just might be perfect. If not, we have some reading suggestions that can help you make some valuable tweaks to your life and your veterinary clinic.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 02, 2018
When the winds of change blow through your practice—or your life—embrace the chance to explore new advances in medicine, new opportunities for your career and new possibilities for your life.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Dec 26, 2017
Dr. Andy Roark and his trusty sidekick Meg Pierson walk us through why change is difficult and how to handle it. Also side-swoop bangs and Bowie. Ehh ... just watch the video.