Team building through balloon animals: A report from the Managers' Retreat

Team building through balloon animals: A report from the Managers' Retreat

There are many ways to know your teammates better.
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Nov 04, 2010

How well do you really know the people you work with every day at the clinic? Reporting from CVC in San Diego, Veterinary Economics editor Kristi Reimer discusses some unique team building exercises with Brian Conrad, CVPM, and gets an overview of his sessions at the 2010 Managers' Retreat.

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