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Live from CVC 2008: You may be driving your team crazy

August 26, 2008

At CVC Central 2008, speaker Debbie Allaben Gair explained that every communication style has advantages and disadvantages. Here's what she says you can do to get your message through more effectively.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Firstline Live highlight: Phased training and consistency of care

August 22, 2008

Regular training and clinic-wide recommendations are practice owner?s responsibility.

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Bridging the generation gap

August 1, 2008

Ever feel like you're talking to a wall? Can't understand your boss's way of thinking? What is it with kids these days? Before you get frustrated, check out how the generations in today's workforce are different.

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Owners' and associates' views differ on team training

August 1, 2008

Owners and associates aren't on the same wavelength when it comes to team education. What's causing the divide?

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Tips to help associates stand out

August 1, 2008

Here's how to help associates shine.

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Difficult doctors: Coaching the alpha (Proceedings)

August 1, 2008

Why this? Why now? It's the most common complaint of managers in veterinary medicine.

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Tackling turnover

August 1, 2008

Lakewood, Colo. — Associate veterinarians are jumping jobs faster than the average American worker, according to a new study, and salaries that don't keep pace with inflation could be partly to blame.

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General practitioners vs. emergency doctors

July 1, 2008

Appreciate what makes general and emergency veterinarians different.

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Associates, don't fear change. Embrace it.

June 1, 2008

You are perfectly positioned to benefit from change. Here's how to make the most of three key management decisions.

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