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Leadership Strategies
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You manage things; you lead people

May 1, 2013

Understanding the difference between the action of management and the art of leadership is crucial to a successful veterinary practice.

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Tattling to the tax man

May 1, 2013

What do you do when you find out a fellow veterinarian is cheating the government?

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Fit to practice: Happiness not guaranteed

April 19, 2013

You've got to shut out the negative and harness your own happiness in life—and in veterinary practice.

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How can I find time for veterinary strategic planning?

April 16, 2013

An expert's perspective on the value of big picture strategy.

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Check your balance: Discovering what motivates you as a veterinarian

April 1, 2013

It's easy to lose sight of why we got into the veterinary profession. But we can get our vision back.

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Dig into pet nutrition

April 1, 2013

You don't need a degree in nutrition to help veterinary clients make good pet food choices. All it takes is the desire to learn and a willingness to start the conversation with clients.

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Best blog: What's happening to the veterinary profession?

April 1, 2013

It's time we pulled our heads out of the sand and talked about the sad state of the veterinary industry.

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The humane movement: The challenge and the future of the veterinary profession

April 1, 2013

Veteirnarians should avoid direct opposition of animal welfare groups during this cultural shift.

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Untangling pet nutrition in veterinary practice

April 1, 2013

You asked for a little guidance. We've got it.

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