It wasn’t just the postpartum depression. It was all the other things that piled on, all the ways my brain betrayed me as I grew more and more overwhelmed. What hurt was also the thing that brought me back.
This year, don’t suffer with bad leadership skills and toxic workplace culture. This veterinary technician and longtime hospital manager has a few tidbits and starting points for practice owners, doctors and other managers to navigate the path to better managing and work life in general.
Whether you're a veterinarian, a veterinary technician or a practice manager (and, receptionists and other team members, I bet you can find inspiration and goal here too), we've got you covered with these inspirational goals and ideas for an even better year in practice.
A path to build wealth. A willingness to learn to be a better delegator and leader. A calling to provide a healthy place for veterinary professionals to bloom. That’s all possible as the owner of a veterinary hospital.
You’re not "in it for the money" as a veterinary professional, but you can't ignore the fact that you need money to keep practices open and you working. This year, make a New Year's resolution (or two or three) to better manage your personal accounts, your career and your practice finances this year.