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Veterinary business articles from the Crampton Consulting Group.


Effective leadership communication

On 19 August, 2015 in Human Resources by Sue Crampton

Leading a team in practice is a challenging component of any veterinary professional’s role. Managing people, and processes, requires dedication, self-awareness and a commitment to the business. Read More »

5 Tips for Managing Conflict in a Team Meeting

On 26 June, 2014 in Human Resources by Rosie Overfield

If you regularly attend team meetings you may have experienced (or observed!) some kind of tension or conflict. Although it can be exciting and energising, it can also affect the morale of the whole team and its progress. Read More »

The Anatomy of Trust

On 11 June, 2014 in Human Resources by Rosie Overfield

The development of trust is an essential social tool, allowing people to form productive and meaningful relationships, both at a professional and personal level. Read More »

Building Resilience in Your Practice Team

On 13 April, 2013 in Human Resources by Rosie Overfield

In my decade with CCG I've never met anyone who didn't want a more functional, positive and resilient team. Whilst protocols may take care of improved functions and efficiencies, what does it take to specifically build resilience in teams and increase overall positivity? Read More »

Motivating across the generations in practice

On 27 November, 2012 in Human Resources by Rosie Overfield

In recent years, veterinary practice employers have begun to notice a massive generational change in their workplaces. Combined with the issues of a large aging population there has been an emergence of a generation with a new attitude to work. Read More »

30 Ways to Motivate Employees

On 13 August, 2012 in Human Resources by Sue Crampton

No question about human behaviour is more frequently asked or more perplexing to answer. Yet knowing what motivates another person is basic to establishing and maintaining effective relations with others. It is absolutely fundamental to the practice of management - the art of getting things done through people. Read More »