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Articles by Brian C. Conrad, CVPM

Strategic planning as a veterinary team member

Your ideas countmake them known.
July 2012

Your ideas count—make them known.

Top 10 ways to hold a disastrous team meeting

Why even bother bringing your staff together for the betterment of the clinic?
September 2011

If you want your team meetings to be a pointless waste of time, just follow these 10 easy steps.

How team meetings can make you a better veterinary employee

Team meetings are a great way to learn important skills, develop teamwork, and encourage communication among employees. So why aren't you meeting more often?
July 2011

Team meetings are a great way to learn important skills, develop teamwork, and encourage communication among employees. So why aren't you meeting more often?

Managers: Be a mentor, not a friend

Staff accountability depends on equal treament of team members.
December 2010

A professional environment is not the place to allow friendships to sway opinion.

Get clients on board

Simple steps to client compliance.
January 2009

Simple steps to client compliance.

How to take meetings from bland to brilliant

Lift your team meetings out of the doldrums with these creative ideas.
December 2008

Lift your team meetings out of the doldrums with these creative ideas.

Loathe team meetings?

Hate is a strong word, but many employees truly do detest their staff-wide sit-downs. Why? Nothing gets accomplished, they're petty, and they're downright boring. It's time for a change of heart. Make it happen by following these five tips for adding purpose to your meetings.
December 2008

Hate is a strong word, but many employees truly do detest their staff-wide sit-downs. Learn to love team meetings.

How to choose a charity

Follow these 4 tips to create a plan for helping others as well as your practice.
October 2008

Follow these 4 tips to create a plan for helping others as well as your practice.

Don't settle for second-rate

It's better to be down a doctor than to hire a sub par associate.
October 2008

It's better to be down a doctor than to hire a sub par associate.

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