Tips for veterinary team members to communicate with veterinarians - Firstline
  • SEARCH:
Team Center
Firstline Featuring Information from:

ADVERTISEMENT

Doctor Communication
Source: FIRSTLINE

Ask Amy: My boss is a jerk!

February 1, 2010

I respect the owner of our practice—his medical skills are excellent—but I don't like him as a person. He doesn't realize that 98 percent of the time, he's being a jerk. Our team members have discussed this with him. He improves for a while, but then reverts back. What can we do?

Source: FIRSTLINE

How to respond to challenging work situations

December 18, 2009

Follow this advice when you're hit with a client or patient crisis.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Are you ready for your annual review?

December 4, 2009

Here's how to prepare so your performance appraisal is a positive experience.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Dirty doctor creates a mess for the practice

December 1, 2009

How to address personal hygeine and practice cleanliness.

Source: FIRSTLINE

How to speed up slow doctors

November 1, 2009

How to speed up a slow doctor.

Source: FIRSTLINE

3 signs your schedule is broken

November 1, 2009

Scheduling woes can leave clients and team members in tatters. Fix them with these strategies.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Teach your team to reinforce your recommendations

November 1, 2009

Our team members aren't salespeople. How can we teach them to reinforce our recommendations to clients?

Source: FIRSTLINE

How I tackled a tough conversation with my boss

October 12, 2009

I had to get real with the practice owner to save to save our working relationship—and change the negative atmosphere lingering in the practice.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Veterinarians wouldn't make it without you

October 8, 2009

Take heart: One doctor says her team is her best investment

ADVERTISEMENT

Click here