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Sow's Ear to Silk Purse Episode 4: Welcoming change for both your veterinary team & clients!

Sows Ear To Silk Purse Episode 4 Accepting Change 4
Posted in Sows Ear to Silk Purse Challenge at 18 October, 2018

With overall growth at Highlands Veterinary Hospital, sitting at 45% (& 76% in September!) I had some questions to ask Dr Diederik Gelderman about how such massive change had been accepted by existing staff (& clients!) and what he felt were the key compo...

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2 Comments   Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

What we can learn about change in your veterinary practice from the Comm Games Closing Ceremony

What We Can Learn About Change From The Comm Games Closing Ceremony
Posted in Management at 19 April, 2018

I should start by saying that in general, I like change. When change offers an opportunity to improve, update and move forward, I think it's good. Except when it's not. Change for change sake is rarely good and can be just plain frustrating ......

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2 Comments   Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

5 Steps to take a permanent U-turn on unhealthy habits

5 Steps To Take A Permanent U Turn On Unhealthy Habits Red
Posted in Management at 23 November, 2017

Have you got a bad habit going? Something that is not only failing to add anything to your life but may even be subtracting from it? Something you want to change but don't know how to? Follow this logical and science-backed approach to show...

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Making Headway
 

Your personality is not fixed - neuroplasticity means you CAN change your spots

Your Personality Is Not Fixed Neuroplasticity Means You Can Change Your Spots
Posted in Our Community at 08 September, 2016

You can't teach an old dog new tricks a saying that is as old as the hills, but is it true? The first references to the concept of not being able to teach an old dog new tricks occurred back in the 1500's. This and the related saying, leopards can't chan...

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway
 

Managing the effects of change on your veterinary team

Stages Of Change In Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in Management at 01 October, 2015

Change is an inevitable fact of life, both personally and professionally. It can however, cause people to become uneasy or stressed, particularly when the change is sudden or unexpected...

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Posted by Sue Crampton, CCG/Provet
 
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