Stress on the job can be a good thing. It means you care about patients and clients, and it can help you do your best work. But out-of-control stress can harm your emotional well-being and physical body. Here are tips to manage your own stress and share that knowledge with your team.
Veterinarians and business partners Dani McVety and Mary Gardner couldn’t be more different. And yet they’re a perfect example of how wildly different personalities can work side by side in the pursuit of better care for pets.
Many veterinary professionals fear self-care. I saw, firsthand, at a Fetch dvm360 conference how those who tried yoga or meditation seemed to smile a little easier and to share a little more with their peers.
Cyberattacks are a form of psychological violence that cause serious damage to organizations and individuals. Address cyberbullying head on or risk disastrous impact on your veterinary staff and business.
Does the possibility of an online attack on your veterinary practice have you hiding under the covers? Come into the light! Establish and monitor your online presence to guard against online boogeymen.
You think you can do lots of things at once (or your boss thinks you can). But is multitasking in veterinary practice always the right choice? And is hiring people who think they can do five things at once really helping you in the long run?