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Source: DVM Training Room

Create a strategy for effective employee compensation

June 2, 2004

Practice owners need to strategize on employee compensation.

Source: DVM Training Room

How to choose a practice consultant

March 31, 2004

Before you can choose a consultant you need to know what you want them to do for your practice.

Source: DVM Training Room

Two quick ways to find out what your clients want next

March 15, 2004

Client surveys are limited to the extent that they only provide information on past performance.

Source: DVM Training Room

Do you need to write a job description for each area of the hospital?

February 15, 2004

A job description is a listing of specific tasks to be done while an employee is on the job any given day.

Source: DVM Training Room

Remember five rules to help write successful employee contracts

February 1, 2004

Dr. Susan calls my consulting office in distress because her first employer DVM, after only six months on the job, has met with her and explained she’s not working enough hours, she’s not being active enough in civic and community activities and he doesn’t understand why she wants every-other weekend off.

Source: DVM InFocus

What can you do to make change less scary?

January 1, 2004

Whether adding staff or services, veterinary hospitals commonly have a hard time accepting change.

Source: DVM Training Room

How to get media coverage for your practice

December 15, 2003

Special events can draw a great deal of attention from both the public and the media.

Source: DVM Training Room

Ten steps will ensure an effective team meeting

October 30, 2003

Effective team meetings are one of the most powerful practice builders.

Source: DVM Training Room

Five Training Ideas When There's No Time to Train

October 15, 2003

There's never time to train in most veterinary practices. All too often, much of a new employee's training ends up being by "osmosis," or the "hang-around-you'll-get-it" method. Training doesn't have to be so hit or miss.

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