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Inspired by my dad, Bernie Rose, learn how perfection may not serve the veterinary team. How does your team handle and support mistakes when they occur? https://www.veterinarypracticenews.com/choose-progress-over-perfection/
Choose progress over perfection
Choose progress over perfection
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Ask your team, "Why do we exist?" Do they answer "To enhance the Human-Animal Bond?" Definitely worth exploring! I imagine they respond "To offer the best care possible," or something along those lines. Consider evaluating your values, vision and mission to align with the pet parents and healing the human-animal bond.
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You are invited to take a quick survey seeking input on veterinary team professionalism. How do you see yourself as a professional? How do you see your co-workers as professionals? We appreciate your time! Look for the survey results in the upcoming CATALYST Chronicles. http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07ef9pru1ijfj8ip0o/start
Survey : Questions
Survey : Questions
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How does your team manage hurtful, unproductive and down right rude gossip? Gossip can be a cancer. Excise it, now!
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Now that you have a stellar veterinary team, keep 'em! Simple strategies in work-life blend, career advancement and participating in achieving goals can make all the difference in the world. Your team member is NOT a "dime a dozen," appreciate them for the value they bring to your practice!
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Veterinary professionals in Ohio, now is the time to contact your Representatives and Senators! Help them understand the significance of HB 501, positively impacting the care of pets. Explaining why you support HB 501 because:
**The Ohio Veterinary Medical Association and the Ohio Association of Veterinary Technicians support this legislation.
**The title “registered veterinary nurse” more accurately reflects the true nature of our services in the veterinary practice. It allows the public to better understand our role, training, and scope of abilities.
The bill specifically indicates that there is no change to the scope of practice or certification credentials required for this position; it is a name change only.
**The more accurately descriptive title will allow Ohio’s universities, community colleges and career colleges who provide this degree to attract more students to their programs.
**Once the standards nationally are unified under this title, it will allow the registered veterinary nurses to utilize their education and degree in any state, while still allowing each state to regulate its own credentialing.

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This week's Blog focuses on hiring for your team's culture. During the hiring process are you including aspects in values, soft skills (communication, team player and problem solver)? Managers and team leads, how are you hiring for your team's culture?
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How do you describe your veterinary team's culture? It may be the systems in place that support the team through your employee handbook, or traditions or even defined values. A culture evolves either by design or default. When the leaders and management are vigilant, the veterinary team is supported in personal and professional development.
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The calendar flips to February and out come the “You are the one for me” billboards. In addition, marketing gimmicks such as “Diamonds are Forever and so is our incredible relationship,” hope to boost sales. Don’t get me wrong, I am all for love and wonderful relationships, but often expectations are blown out of proportion. What about expectations when hiring a new veterinary team member? What are your thoughts? #vettechs #vetrinaryteamdevelopment
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This month's poll question, measuring team trust. You may feel in your gut that trust defines your team, but how often do we consider improving team trust or have a conversation on the topic? Let the conversation BEGIN! Take a few moments to fill out the Poll. Your answers remain anonymous. Survey reported in upcoming CATALYST Chronicles.

http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07ef2nu6lljcxrin1v/a011ajd5a6x7o/questions
Survey : Questions
Survey : Questions
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