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Resources

These valuable resources will help any practice owner or manager implement positive change and elevate practice culture.

Video Series

 

Culture and Employee Engagement

The right culture can help your practice attract and retain extraordinary employees, keep them engaged, and enable your managers to focus on the future

 

Culture and the Bottom Line

Your practice culture directly affects your revenue, profit, and efficiency.

 

Culture and Client Service

Learn how your practice culture affects client bonding, retention, and referrals.

 

Learning modules

 

 

 

These modules will teach you about each type of culture and how they shape your organizational culture. You’ll learn concepts and tools to optimize these cultures and leverage them to improve your practice’s larger organizational culture.

 

AAHA’s Guide to Veterinary Practice Team Wellbeing

The challenge of achieving personal and professional wellbeing is recognized as a critical issue within the veterinary profession. Written by various experts in the field of personal wellbeing and culture, AAHA’s Guide to Veterinary Practice Team Wellbeing is designed to help team members embrace the benefits of self-care and support individual wellbeing in the veterinary practice. 



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The Link Between a Healthy Workplace Culture and Optimal Personal Wellbeing

Personal wellbeing and workplace culture impact every member of the veterinary practice team. In this roundtable discussion, AAHA tapped into the expertise of mental health professionals and other driving culture transformation to learn why they believe wellbeing and practice culture are inextricably linked and what you can do to improve both. 

 



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AAHA's Healthy Workplace Culture Initiative is supported through a generous educational grant from Merck Animal Health.

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