Coffee with Beckie Mosser!
May 23, 2021 Sunday, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Beckie is a Registered Veterinary Technician living in Southport, NC. She has enjoyed a diverse career in small animal, large animal, and mixed practices, academia, management and private consultant. Beckie is co-founder of Veterinary Advancements, a private consulting firm providing services to industry nonprofit and state organizations, industry start-ups, and practice teams. Beckie is one of the minds behind Vet Team Global Stream 2020 and a professional medical responder with the ASPCA Disaster Recovery Team. Beckie also has a fun side hobby of podcasting and is co-host of Veterinary Viewfinder and Making Sense of Pets podcasts. In support of her profession, Beckie is proud to serve as Executive Director for the Human Animal Bond Association, Member at Large for the Society for Veterinary Medical Ethics, and former Executive Board Member for both the national and state tech associations.
|Finding the Clinic Culture that Supports You!
• Discuss important daily practices within practice management that will help increase staff appreciation, sense of value, and positive practice culture
• Overview the importance of understanding support staff as professionals within the industry and focus in professional worth within the individual
• Explore the importance of good team culture and why investing in your staff pays off in the long run
Veterinary Support staff is made up of professional individuals, often highly educated in their area of the hospital and carrying additional certifications or educational background devoted to their area and enhancing their expertise in their respective areas. Veterinary practices are filled with more education, experience, and professional dedication than ever before. How do you hire and keep these individuals and develop and maintain an outstanding work culture within your practice? This lecture outlines basic things management should be doing to ensure good work culture, happy employees, and long-lasting professional relationships.
|Entrepreneurship for the Veterinary Professional
• Discuss the various elements to successful entrepreneurship and the beginning steps to building the foundation of a business
• Review the areas of a business plan and how to write one
• Explore areas of consideration, opportunity, and successes in entrepreneurship for veterinary professionals.
The veterinary profession is exploding with new products, services, and ideas. Behind these different ideas and business are hardworking entrepreneurs who started with an idea and grew the idea to serve the veterinary community and hopefully their financial and professional aspirations. This lecture explores many of the steps, opportunities, and obstacles of entrepreneurship for veterinary professionals.
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