In these unusual and challenging times, as a leader it would be easy to flip into survival mode: running around trying to fix things; dealing with employees fairly; providing a patient service where needed; and undertaking many tasks previously undertaken by those currently on furlough. Yet, while action is important, remember: We currently have
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Last week, I packed my 10year old off on a 5day residential trip. As he staggered into school under the weight of his rucksack, I couldn’t help but think, “He will never manage without me to constantly nag him.” Conscious that I prefer to think for him rather than let him mess up, I spent
This is a blog which I have written in support of Vetsnet https://www.vetsnet.net/ and their invaluable work. If you want to be more involved in the life of your practices, yet are frustrated by the lack of progress read on! I still remember my first day in practice. Excitement, fear, uncertainty and anxiety flowed through my
Everywhere we look or go in the veterinary industry at the moment, leadership is being mentioned. The Vet Futures identification of Leadership as a key ambition has encouraged a growing interest from in practice vets and the wider industry. However, what is collective leadership and why does it matter? Collective Leadership suggests that every member