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For veterinary professionals (veterinarians and veterinary nurses + veterinary support staff) working or wanting to work in New Zealand. This podcast helps veterinarians | businesses | jobs | business | personal growth. Julie South - your show host - tackles frequently asked, yet unanswered, questions relating to veterinarian recruitment, being a veterinary locum, business growth - sales, marketing and social media, personal development. Your success as a veterinary professional starts in th ...
 
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Vet Clinic Employee Engagement Index Questions The second of a multi episode series focussed on helping vet clinics retain the top performing vets and vet nurses in your clinic and then how to attract more vets and vet nurses just like them. Recent Employment Relations Authority determination around Restraints of Trade If you’ve been listening to P…
 
The Sistahs vent about the final season of TNT original series, Claws. This double episode features not so unpopular opinions about E5 titled, "Chapter Five: Comeuppance" and E6 titled, "Chapter Six: Greed." Get it, get it, press play! We would love to hear from you! Send your feedback in to sistahspeakclaws@gmail.com Join the Sistah Speak family: …
 
Vet Clinic Employee Turnover Costs & Composition Today’s show is the first of a multi episode series focussed on helping vet clinics retain the top performing vets and vet nurses in your clinic and then how to attract more vets and vet nurses like them. Specifically, today, we’re going to be looking at the cost – because it is - of employee turnove…
 
Margie's dreams, aspirations and how vet clinics can pay their vet nurses more This is the second of two episodes where I catch up with Vet Nurse of the Year 2021 Margie Rutherford of The Strand Veterinarian in Auckland’s Parnell. If you haven’t listened to last week’s episode – number 63 – I highly recommend you go and listen to that show before y…
 
Vet Nurse Margie Rutherford's Visions for Veterinary Nursing in New Zealand Margie Rutherford, BSC, BVT - Vet Nurse of the Year 2021 Episode 1/2 where Vet Nurse Margie Rutherford and I chat about her visions for veterinary nursing in New Zealand. Margie was awarded the NZ Vet Nurse of the Year 2021 . She was one of 16 nominations for Vet Nurse of t…
 
The Sistahs are back to chat about the final season of TNT original series, Claws. This double episode features how the Sistahs really feel after watching E3 titled, "Chapter Three: Ambition" and E4 titled, "Chapter Four: Loyalty." Get it, get it, press play! Send your feedback in to sistahspeakclaws@gmail.com We would love to hear from you! Join t…
 
All four Sistahs are back to dish the final season premiere of the TNT original series, Claws. As a welcome back treat, this is a double episode discussing E1 titled, "Chapter One: Betrayal" and E2 titled, "Chapter Two: Vengeance." Get it, get it, press play! Send your feedback in to sistahspeakclaws@gmail.com We would love to hear from you! Join t…
 
The step-by-step framework that's guaranteed to help you live the life you want. Using the SMARTER SWOT framework I designed about 20 years ago to help clients live their lives to the full contributing their special difference to the world - at work and at home. If you’ve set New Year's Resolutions before and failed – this is for you – because we’r…
 
A vet clinic's workplace toxicity negatively impacts a clinic’s ability to ever become an Employer of Choice. 10 things - 10 warning bells - to look out for at the vet clinic job interview Vet Clinics need to deal with what’s not working first in order to become a Vet Clinic Employer of Choice. Here are 10 questions to ask and the answers you're lo…
 
How to become a Vet Clinic Employer of Choice so that you create your own clinic's wait list of highly engaged and motivated top performers. In today’s job-seeking world, job interviews are just as much about the clinic doing the interviewing as about the clinic being interviewed. Recruitment – as we know it today - is a reactive process. It’s the …
 
Vet clinics experience high staff burnout, high staff turnover, some (sadly) have reputations for allowing toxicity within the team to continue, infect and affect everything that happens inside that clinic. Constructive Dismissals What conditions need to be met for the Employment Court or Tribunal to confirm constructive dismissal took place, Two q…
 
Lately I’ve seen a few vets and clinics get caught out by believing one of the many urban myths that surround employment law in NZ so today, we’re going to put 11 of them to bed so, hopefully, YOU don’t get caught out by them too. We’re going to look at the employment law myths that I’ve heard in relation to: · Written contracts – or lack thereof ·…
 
This is the fourth episode in the sustainability series and today we’re with Sophie Kennedy of The Strand Veterinarian in Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand. Sophie is the dedicated receptionist at The Strand Veterinarian who’s just recently been charged with the responsibility of project managing the clinic’s sustainability initiatives. As you’ll hear…
 
In 2019, Zoetis NZ set up a new internal group to examine environmental, social and governance aspects of its business, with a focus on driving long term business sustainability. In practice, Large Animal Veterinarian Kristen Baxter’s responsibilities have been primarily focused on improving the environmental footprint and looking at all areas of t…
 
Dr Paulo Lencioni – a companion animal vet turned computer coder turned practising accountant specialising who now works with vet clinics to grow their practices answers the question “The impact of the pandemic – vet clinics are busier – but are we treating our patients better or worse?” If you haven’t listened to the first part yet, then I recomme…
 
Veterinarian Dr Paolo Lencioni - co-author of September 2021 Vet Clinic Practice White Paper “The impact of the pandemic – vet clinics are busier – but are we treating our patients better or worse?” Today is part one of a two parts where I caught up with Dr Paulo Lencioni – a Companion Animal Veterinarian turned computer coder turned practising acc…
 
Sustainable Vet Clinic Practice - CeeJay Donovan of Massey Vets in Palmerston North - chats about her 6 in 6 - six easy to implement sustainable practices she implemented at Massey Vets in six months and the differences she noticed. For international listeners that’s the on-campus clinic of the Veterinary Science Faculty of New Zealand’s Massey Uni…
 
When it comes to matters "immigration" in New Zealand there are all sorts of changing scenarios - almost weekly. Licensed Immigration consultant Katy Armstrong of IntoNZ chats with Julie South about what's news. Here's what Katy and Julie talked about: Julie's petition to have two MIQ spaces allocated each week to vets issued visas by Immigration N…
 
Veterinarian Dr Liza Schneider is one of New Zealand’s leading authorities in holistic animal healthcare. In 2003 Liza established – what is today – award-winning Holistic Vets in Tauranga – located in New Zealand’s spectacular Bay of Plenty region. Holistic Vets is a fully integrated veterinary practice combining conventional veterinary medicine a…
 
Vet Clinic Sustainability - three vet panel discussion on what vet clinics can do to start or further their sustainability journey GUESTS: Dr Francesca Brown: Head of Programmes and Principal Lecturer, Vet, Nursing Education and Chair, Educational Standards committee at Otago Polytech Previous guest episodes: Episode 28 Episode 29 Dr Rose Unsworth …
 
Guest: Dr Lucy Scott - New Zealand Registered Veterinarian from the Massey Veterinary Science class of 2015 recently branched out into veterinary behavioural work and starting her own behaviour business. Lucy started off in a rural mixed animal practice – where she spent six years before pursuing her dream of making a difference in animals’ lives t…
 
Vets and Vet Clinics: how to incorporate an attitude of gratitude in your life for well health I’ve noticed the light of positivity in my mind dim over the last couple of weeks, and if I’m feeling it, then I know that others must certainly be a little shaky too. Since that episode I’ve had a few people ask me how can they have an attitude of gratit…
 
Vet clinics: how secure is your website or internet system? Do you have a recovery or contingency plan if you're the victim of a cyber attack? What aspects of your vet clinic practice are vulnerable? Today Julie South looks at: how to protect your vet clinic against a DDoS attack, internet failure contingency plan(s) how to recognise phishing scams…
 
Vet Science Student Q&A - part 2 of 2 Although today’s episode specifically answers Massey students’ questions, as you’ll hear, the information Janet shares is relevant to just about most people. Because her profession requires full disclosure – which you can read in its entirety at smartmoneyadvice.co.nz I’ll just go over the top level stuff. Qual…
 
Mindset – how to stay sane when your world appears to be spinning out of control crazy through Covid Lockdown Language of Appreciation at Work - Questionnaire During Lockdown last year, I uploaded a questionnaire onto VetStaff’s website to help employers / employees discover how people like to be appreciated at work. It’s a free questionnaire – you…
 
A small group, discussing opinionated topics such as the occult, esoteric, witchcraft, pseudoscience, psychology, mystical, magical, & spiritual interests. On occasion, we will have guests speaking on Bohemian Cauldron. What is the broom closet? A lot of people have spent a lot of time hiding in it. There are many reasons why, whether they are fami…
 
Julie South interviews Jocelyn Birch Baker of Smooth Operating Vets + High Street Veterinary Clinic in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia Jocelyn’s vision at Smooth Operating Vets is to ensure all veterinary women have the opportunity to work in a team where everyone knows their talents and calmly does their very best in an encouraging and supporti…
 
Julie South interviews Jocelyn Birch Baker of Smooth Operating Vets + High Street Veterinary Clinic in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia Jocelyn’s vision at Smooth Operating Vets is to ensure all veterinary women have the opportunity to work in a team where everyone knows their talents and calmly does their very best in an encouraging and supporti…
 
This week Massey University Veterinary Science students asked Julie South questions relating to their first job interview & recruitment. The questions asked were: Why should we go through a recruitment agency when we can get a job ourselves – doesn’t it just cost the clinic more to use an agency and won’t they then hold that against us? Is it money…
 
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE - EQ - part 2 (of 2) Strategies to become more emotionally intelligent 6 ways emotionally intelligent people lead #1 – Learn more about the inner workings of YOU #2 – Get an honest & objective assessment of YOU – from people you trust who’ll tell you how you are, not how you want to be #3 – Journal & Track – discover cause & …
 
Today we’re looking at emotional intelligence (EQ) and how essential having a high EQ score is to your professional and personal success and development. In today’s workplace - workplace performance and career success, and even employee health, which were once thought to be a function of someone’s IQ – or intelligence quotient - are, in fact, tied …
 
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