Rev up your team

Rev up your team

Aug 01, 2006
By dvm360.com staff

It’s not easy to provide all the training team members need. Let us help boost your team’s service know-how, communication skills, and enthusiasm.

Do your staff members need tips to work more effectively as a team, offer out-of-this world client service, or deal with common frustrations in practice? We’d love to help. And that’s why we’re jazzed about Firstline Live, a team training event designed to give you the same kind of high-energy advice and inspiration we deliver in Firstline—except in person.

When your team puts these ideas into action, you’ll smooth your experiences with clients and build the kind of relationships with co-workers that make the best care possible for pets. To learn more about our three-day event Aug. 25 to Aug. 27, held in conjunction with CVC Central in Kansas City, Mo., visit http://www.cvccentral.com

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