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The secret to a happy, harmonious team is no secret at all. As a leader, team member or practice owner, all you need to do is focus on learning people's behaviours. Behaviour differs from person-to-person; it's subjective, it's all about perception. Your team's perception of...

Communication as an art form; Awareness; Rapport; Trust. Debbie Robinson explains how to achieve and combine these three elements to improve the relationship with your clients. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a practical skill that can create the results we truly want. It is an approach to explaining...

How many of you feel comfortable with calling yourself a leader? It's a sad fact that many people seem unable to recognise their leadership capabilities. We appear to have made leadership something bigger than us, something beyond us. We identify leadership qualities in only a few,...

Do you ever find it difficult to make a decision? Do you ponder for days and days, weighing up the pro’s and con’s but still find it challenging to take action? Here’s a simple but highly effective set of questions to ask yourself (or people...

Guilty as charged.  We all think we can multi task, but the reality is fascinating.  Incidentally I must confess that I began writing this whilst singing along to the radio and checking my emails at the same time as making coffee.  When I read the...

Vet Dynamics' list of simple New Years resolutions can instantly help you and your practice: It’s tiring running a vet practice, isn’t it? And it’s all too easy to become jaded and depressed.  Blue Monday, known to be the most depressing day of the ENTIRE year...

All businesses go through 5 stages of growth from start-up to becoming a successful business. At each stage the business needs to invest in very specific strategies and the owner needs to adopt a change in mind-set to progress to the next stage. Failure to do...

The veterinary industry is transforming in terms of corporatisation, competition, commoditisation, client compliance and public perception. These changes are accompanied by concerns about vets’ mental well-being, new graduate support and preparedness, as well as attrition from the profession. Much of this comes from the fact...