Don't let weak recommendations sabotage compliance

Don't let weak recommendations sabotage compliance

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Feb 01, 2007
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You think you told the client that her dog needs heartworm medication, but the client may say you never recommended it. The solution: stronger language. In this video, Editorial Advisory Board member Dr. Dennis Cloud offers his advice for making recommendations stick.

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