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Veterinarians - experts at analysis paralysis!

Veterinarians Experts At Analysis Paralysis
Posted in Operations at 04 April, 2018

Veterinarians seem to specialise in procrastination and over complication which then leads to analysis paralysis. We overcomplicate things. Seriously. I sometimes think that when Veterinarians graduate from they actually come out with a Double Degree...

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

Excessive hours & demands in veterinary practice? What to do when your boss won't listen

Excessive Hours Demands In Veterinary Practice
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 18 May, 2017

Things are changing in the veterinary industry - but for some it's not changing fast enough. Many, maybe even most employers are cognizant of their duty of care to the physical and psychological health of their employees but there are a few recalcitrants...

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway
 

How many hours of work a week is too many in your veterinary practice?

How Many Hours Of Work A Week Is Too Many In Your Veterinary Practice
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 30 March, 2017

In my simplistic view of the world, I consider people to be a lot like cars. We put fuel in our cars and this allows us to drive where we need to go. Similarly, practising self-care (think adequate sleep, good nutrition, exercise and supportive relations...

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Posted by Dr Cathy Warburton, Make Headway
 

Why personal presentation matters in your veterinary practice

Why Your Team Members Personal Presentation Matters In Your Veterinary Practice 2
Posted in Management at 27 October, 2016

No matter what your job is within a veterinary clinic, the most important thing is your level of skill right? Well yes as far as the health and wellbeing of your patient is concerned. The only problem with this argument is that on most occasions your pat...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

If there's one person you can rely on in your veterinary practice...it's you!

If Theres One Person You Can Rely On Its You
Posted in Our Community at 25 August, 2016

Look within for recognition and motivation - and you'll always have a great source of motivation. I was reading an article on the nine worst things that managers do to make good employees quit. Number 2 was:They don't recognise contributions and reward go...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 
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