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It's time to turn your veterinary practice into a 'Safe Space' for you & your team

Its Time To Turn Your Veterinary Practice Into A Safe Space For Your Your Team
Posted in Our Community at 07 October, 2020

I want to talk about masks today. No, not the kind we're all wearing at the supermarket. The other kind. The invisible masks of "I'm doing totally fine!" and "I'm OK!" that so many of us are putting on these days, as we try to maintain some semblance of...

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

The 5 (easy) steps to achieving a successful veterinary practice

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Posted in Operations at 17 July, 2016

Having your own 'successful' Veterinary practice is relatively easy all you need to do is to follow the right tried, true and, tested formula, a simple formula which works. But before we go there let's discuss what 'success' means. For every person, succe...

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Veterinary Practice
 

From forming to performing - where is your veterinary team at?

From Forming To Performing Where Is Your Veterinary Team At
Posted in Management at 19 May, 2016

Determining what stage your veterinary team is at can help to explain why it is or isn't performing. Tuckerman's 4 stage of team development describes the process most teams follow on their way to achieving high performance...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

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
 

Designing the Perfect Organisational Chart for your Veterinary Business

Birds flying in unison
Posted in Management at 15 November, 2011

If your star employee left, what contingency plans do you have in place? Step 1 - your practice needs an organisational chart so you can plan for such contingencies. Many small businesses assume that they don't need an organisational chart as everyone kno...

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