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Doctor Communication
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Videos: Associate fears about veterinary practice ownership

January 14, 2011

Three Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board members share their thoughts on why associates fear to buy and how practice owners can help change that.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Confidence is crucial for associates

October 4, 2010

Practice owners can play a crucial role in helping new associates step up.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

How to grow yourself a veterinary practice buyer

September 1, 2010

To groom a successor, involve him or her in management, offer regular CE, and answer questions.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Top 10 ways to make your boss hate you

September 1, 2010

Watch Shawn McVey explain how to get on your manager's bad side.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Assign grades to get veterinarians to delegate

August 27, 2010

When a doctor does too much, use this strategy from Shawn McVey and Firstline Live at CVC in Kansas City.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Send a consistent message when you make management choices

July 20, 2010

Get members of your leadership team on board with changes before implementing them in your veterinary practice.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Your complete guide to managing internal conflict

June 10, 2010

Use these strategies and tools to improve co-worker relations—and your practice.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Q&A: When to tell your boss that you're leaving

June 1, 2010

I plan on leaving my job as an associate. How much notice should I give?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Learn to love your younger colleagues

January 1, 2010

Veteran veterinarians have much to teach younger doctors. But the opposite is true as well.

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