Team members who work on a positive team are creative and loyal, produce more, and feel satisfied and successful.1 Those who feel supported, valued, and heard respond with commitment and dedication to their work and the team.
Unfortunately, veterinary medicine is not free of dysfunctional teams. Such teams not only impact the individual members but also affect the practice culture and climate, which can influence the client and patient experience. Addressing challenges head-on helps transform a struggling team into one that is highly productive and satisfied.
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