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What's your emotional intelligence?

July 1, 2007

Tantrums, crying, shouting—who can get any work done when your team is in a constant state of conflict? Emotional intelligence is your gateway to self-management. And when you manage yourself, you choose the path to a happier, more successful work life.

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Win big with CE

June 1, 2007

Attending a national veterinary conference offers big payoffs, but it often isn't free—unless you're one lucky team member at Pet Care Veterinary Hospital in Virginia Beach, Va. Lori-Jo Havener, LVT, planned a contest to give the practice's technicians and assistants a chance to attend a national veterinary conference.

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Are you a great employee?

June 1, 2007

You're fabulous, of course, but are you doing enough to really shine?

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On the Job: Rachael Lookabill

June 1, 2007

What have I learned after 16 years as a veterinary receptionist? Certainly that I'm not just a receptionist. I've masqueraded as the kennel cleaner, the veterinary assistant, and the office manager.

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Goals are key to success

May 1, 2007

Your editor's note, "I Love My Job" (January/February 2007) hit the nail on the head.

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Get more training

May 1, 2007

Q. I'm a credentialed technician, and I'm interested in specialty training. What are my options?

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On the Job: Kris Tajchman

May 1, 2007

It's easy to feel warm and fuzzy over a furry feline or pooch, but other pets can inspire the same devotion from their owners. This is a lesson that my team learned after an uncommon encounter.

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Where there's smoke, no hires

May 1, 2007

Q. We're hiring a new team member. Can we specify "no smokers" in our classified ad?

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10 ways to get what you want

April 30, 2007

When it's time to negotiate, don't be a doormat or a bully. Use these tips to find common ground.

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