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Your reputation precedes you

Your practice's reputation is crucial. Make sure clients are hearing good things.
Jun 1, 2009

Your practice's reputation is crucial. Make sure clients are hearing good things.

Make your voice heard: Become a better public speaker

Do your knees knock at the mere thought of an upcoming speaking engagement? Follow this advice.
May 1, 2009

Do your knees knock at the mere thought of an upcoming speaking engagement? Follow this advice.

Overcoming public speaking fears

It can be intimidating, but public speaking makes you more visible and successful.
Apr 1, 2009

It can be intimidating, but public speaking makes you more a more visible and successful veterinarian.

5 ways to avoid layoffs

Letting good people go should be your last resort.
Mar 1, 2009

Think twice before laying off good employees.

Test your knowledge of employee motivation strategies

Hint: The carrot and the stick work for only so long.
Feb 1, 2009

Hint: The carrot and the stick work for only so long.

Call your overdue clients

To battle recession blues, call your clients whose pets are past due for services.
Jan 1, 2009

Calling clients can be a great revenue builder.

Jockeying for position in your area

Inspire your team and clientele to snag a special spot in clients' hearts in the market.
Dec 1, 2008

It takes effort to position your practice as a top-notch facility.

Give gas cards to boost morale

Whether one-time or regular, the gift of transportation can be a pleasing bonus for employees.
Oct 22, 2008

As gas prices stay steep, gas cards are a great way to reward employees.

Health illiteracy hurts compliance

How to explain medicine well to clients.
Oct 1, 2008

To communicate to your clients, you must be knowledgeable on the issue.

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