Healthy Practice Podcast
By Randy Hall
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Your veterinary practice is a place where patients get the exceptional care they need and clients leave happy. What if your practice could also be a place where team members love coming to work in the morning, support and encourage each other, and are actively engaged in helping the practice grow? In this podcast, leadership consultant Randy Hall shares tools and strategies for building the kind of culture you’ve always wanted for your practice. He covers topics like attracting and hiring all-star employees, leading a fully engaged team, minimizing practice conflict, developing leaders on your team, and more. You’ll learn practical solutions for the biggest management and leadership challenges in veterinary medicine so you can start creating the practice you’ve been dreaming of.
||CleanEpisode 6: Why a Vision Matters for Your Practice||Your veterinary practice’s success hinges on having a clear vision. In fact, it’s absolutely crucial to what the future of your practice looks like. Leadership consultant and Aspire founder Randy Hall explains why a vision statement is vital to your||1/15/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 5: Becoming a Talent Magnet||Having trouble finding the right people for your team? In this episode, Randy Hall provides tips and strategies for attracting the best talent to take your practice to the next level. 31 min||1/7/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 4: Taking the Guesswork out of Practice Finances||In this episode, Randy Hall talks with Veterinary Practice Lender and DVM, Dr. Brennan Pitard, from First Financial Bank. Listen as he shares information on the finances behind practice ownership and offers advice for handling common veterinary financia||12/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
A breath of fresh air for my practice
I love listening to this podcast on my drive to work.. taking care of my patients tends to be the easy part of the job, what keeps me awake at night are the “people” problems and this has been an excellent resource to help solve the daily personnel issues we face in veterinary medicine.