The cost of being critical

The cost of being critical

Staff morale and communication suffer when a veterinary practice environment becomes too negative.
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Jan 03, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Overly critical thinking can impact your entire veterinary practice and staff. In this video, Dr. Brad Swift gives you ways to get out of the "glass half-full" mindset and into a more positive approach to communicating and working with your staff.



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