Training and motivation | Veterinary Economics

Training and motivation

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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jul 01, 2004
Negative incentives can also be enforced, like subtractions for tardiness... and incomplete worksheets.
Jun 15, 2004
Bringing on a new associate, making an associate a partial owner, selling out to an existing associate or bringing in an outside owner all will change the dynamics within a team.
Jun 02, 2004
Practice owners need to strategize on employee compensation.
Mar 31, 2004
Before you can choose a consultant you need to know what you want them to do for your practice.
Mar 15, 2004
Client surveys are limited to the extent that they only provide information on past performance.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Mar 01, 2004
Today it takes a winning team to run a successful practice.
Feb 15, 2004
A job description is a listing of specific tasks to be done while an employee is on the job any given day.
Feb 01, 2004
Dr. Susan calls my consulting office in distress because her first employer DVM, after only six months on the job, has met with her and explained she?s not working enough hours, she?s not being active enough in civic and community activities and he doesn?t understand why she wants every-other weekend off.
Jan 01, 2004
Whether adding staff or services, veterinary hospitals commonly have a hard time accepting change.
Dec 15, 2003
Special events can draw a great deal of attention from both the public and the media.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Dec 01, 2003
By dvm360.com staff
Surveys show that staff members want you to say thank you more often, delegate more, and offer more benefits. Here's why you should.
Nov 01, 2003
Any good training program starts with standardization of procedures so they can be taught and readily duplicated by staff members. Consistency of process is an asset anywhere in your practice but especially in the prep room and surgery.
Oct 30, 2003
Effective team meetings are one of the most powerful practice builders.
Oct 15, 2003
There's never time to train in most veterinary practices. All too often, much of a new employee's training ends up being by "osmosis," or the "hang-around-you'll-get-it" method. Training doesn't have to be so hit or miss.
Jul 01, 2003
Ms. Karyn Gavzer identifies the barriers that prevent the veterinary team from getting clients to act on prescribed medical services.