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Top 5 ways not to welcome a new veterinarian

April 10, 2014

Roll out the worst welcome wagon ever with these tips.

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BizQuiz: Do you know sexual harassment when you see it?

February 24, 2014

Take a look at three hypothetical situations and answer the corresponding questions to see if you can recognize sexual harassment at your veterinary practice.

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Don't fall prey to these delegation dangers at your veterinary clinic

February 1, 2014

If veterinarians delegate too many tasks they risk taking themselves out of the loop. Don't delegate enough and risk inefficiencies and employee resentment. Here's how to get it just right.

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The nutrition toolkit

February 1, 2014

This toolkit delivers articles, tips, handouts, videos and tools all designed to make it as easy as possible to discuss pet nutrition with clients.

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New Year's veterinary practice checklist: 7 things to do right now

January 7, 2014

Take care of these critical items in January 2014 to reap the rewards all year in practice success, team morale and better medicine at your veterinary hospital.

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Hey, good lookin'! Is your veterinary clinic gender biased?

November 1, 2013

If one of your male employees came to you with concerns about gender bias, what would you do to remedy the situation?

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Ending team animosity at your veterinary practice

November 1, 2013

When opposite personalities collide, it can be difficult to see eye-to-eye. Look for fresh perspective on coworkers' differences to achieve harmony in your workplace.

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5 fiendish failures behind your veterinary hospital's lack of new ideas

October 29, 2013

Scary creatures and evil spirits are fine on Halloween night, but they have no place in your brainstorming sessions, where they're sure to terrorize team members and thwart fresh ideas. Know what to look for so you can exorcize the most disruptive devising demons.

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4 ways to be a better boss to associate veterinarians

October 11, 2013

When it comes to running a clinic, lack of communication is not an option. Mark Opperman reveals the best ways to keep your employees in the loop.

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