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Episode 58 – Personal Brands in Veterinary Medicine: You Need to Find Your Authentic Voice featuring Danielle K. Lambert

Episode 58 – Personal Brands in Veterinary Medicine: You Need to Find Your Authentic Voice featuring Danielle K. Lambert danielle lambert joins the whole veterinarian podcast

Building a brand for your veterinary clinic or for yourself personally is a daunting task. And like today’s guest mentions in the episode, you are building a brand whether you like it or not, so why not be in charge of how people see you? Danielle K. Lambert shares many more marketing gems in today’s episode. She is the CEO and Founder of The Snout Group and The Snout School where she spends her time helping veterinarians’ brands look pretty and guides them to communicate their authentic values to clients and colleagues.

Did you know that VIN Foundation has FREE student debt resources for ALL veterinarians?!

Did you know that VIN Foundation has FREE student debt resources for ALL veterinarians?! the whole veterinarian podcast teal logo

If you have student loan debt or are still in vet school, tune in to today’s minisode. Dr. Rebecca Mears generously shared some amazingly helpful information with me recently, and I knew I had to share it with you all. VIN Foundation has a plethora of great information available to veterinary professionals for ZERO dollars!

Episode 57 – Addressing the Balance Between Profit and People in Veterinary Medicine with Matt Salois, PhD

Episode 57 – Addressing the Balance Between Profit and People in Veterinary Medicine with Matt Salois, PhD matt salois, phd joins the whole veterinarian podcast to talk profitability and wellbeing in veterinary medicine

Let’s be honest. We need to make a profit to keep our practices open. But what is the cost of running a veterinary business without taking your team’s wellbeing into consideration? Today you get to hear the numbers when it comes to recruitment, burnout, staff turnover and all things workplace wellbeing. Mr. Matthew Salois, PhD is an economist who is deeply involved with the people side of veterinary medicine. That might sound like a surprising mix, but Matt provides a valuable and deeply knowledgeable perspective for our veterinary industry.

Episode 56 – Finding Your Path In Veterinary Medicine by Staying True to You with Dr. Eve Harrison

Episode 56 – Finding Your Path In Veterinary Medicine by Staying True to You with Dr. Eve Harrison eve hairrson joins the whole veterinarian podcast to discuss finding your path in veterinary medicine

In sharing her path from burned out surgical resident to thriving house call concierge vet, Dr. Eve Harrison highlights a fundamental truth – veterinary medicine can truly be whatever you make of it. We talk a lot about the logistics of screening clients as she describes the strict boundaries around her practice culture, but in doing so, we are given an opportunity to see the real life effects of being in the driver seat of your own life and career. There’s much to glean from this conversation, even if you aren’t a mobile veterinarian. And for my equine colleagues, listen up – we can definitely stand to take away a few pointers from this chat!

Episode 55 – Developing Influential Veterinary Leaders featuring Dr. Dave Nicol

Episode 55 – Developing Influential Veterinary Leaders featuring Dr. Dave Nicol dr. dave nicol joins the whole veterinarian podcast to discuss veterinary leadership

Have you struggled to create a cohesive vetmed team? Are you having difficulty attracting the right talent? Are you confused as to why you work in a veterinary clinic that has no direction or actual leadership? Dr. Dave Nicol of VetX International is here to help us understand how vital leadership is for the health and wellbeing of the entire vet practice – both the business and the individuals working inside of it. Leadership cannot be left to chance – tune in to this episode to get insight into how and why you need to be proactive in your veterinary business if you want to see your team succeed.

Episode 54 – Understanding How Spectrum Of Care Affects the Veterinary Industry with Dr. Cherice Roth

Episode 54 – Understanding How Spectrum Of Care Affects the Veterinary Industry with Dr. Cherice Roth Understanding How Spectrum Of Care Affects the Veterinary Industry with Dr. Cherice Roth

Spectrum of care may or may not be a new phrase for you. I feel as though I personally only understood it in vague terms, but after speaking with Dr. Cherice Roth for today’s episode, I am clearly on the “this is super important!” bandwagon! Today we cover everything from the transition from vet school into practice to providing care for under-served communities to veterinary telehealth options and finally back around to mentorship. Dr. Roth is an amazing woman, mom and vet who is contributing so much to our profession. Please make sure to check out all that she is involved with!

Episode 53 – Utilizing Transformational Leadership to Make a Positive Change in Veterinary Medicine featuring Dr. Andrew Ciccolini

Episode 53 – Utilizing Transformational Leadership to Make a Positive Change in Veterinary Medicine featuring Dr. Andrew Ciccolini Utilizing Transformational Leadership to Make a Positive Change in Veterinary Medicine featuring Dr. Andrew Ciccolini

When you think of amazing leaders throughout history, there’s a good chance you’re thinking of someone who has enacted transformational leadership. Today we get to learn all about the pillars of transformational leadership – what it’s made of, why it can be so beneficial, and what some of the downsides might be in this interview with Dr. Andrew Ciccolini. Andrew is just wrapping up his Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership and so generously shares his insight with us. Veterinary medicine is definitely in need of this leadership style, so let’s all pay close attention!

Episode 52 – Creating A Sustainable Equine Future in Veterinary Medicine

Episode 52 – Creating A Sustainable Equine Future in Veterinary Medicine episode 52 of the whole veterinarian podcast features the sustainability in equine practice seminar and retreat founders

For this episode, I’m joined by the co-creators of The Sustainability in Equine Practice Seminar and Retreat as we share some of the highlights of the past two events. The community formed over these two very special weekends can be described as nothing other than magical. We are excited for the future of equine medicine whenever we gather with these amazing folks. Come join us as we help shape a better vetmed for our present and future colleagues.

Episode 51 – Take Care of Your Employees So They Will Take Care of Your Clients featuring Dr. Mike Pownall

Episode 51 – Take Care of Your Employees So They Will Take Care of Your Clients featuring Dr. Mike Pownall mike pownall joins stacey cordivano on the whole veterinarian podcast

From workplace culture to salary structure to having time to ride your own horse, Dr. Mike Pownall joins me to discuss all of the important aspects of creating a workplace where veterinarians want to be. You don’t want to miss any of the gems that he shares after having grown a practice with his wife, Dr. Melissa McKee, over the past 20 years and honing his skills as a veterinary business management consultant.

Episode 50 – No Egos Allowed with Dr. David Stephens

Episode 50 – No Egos Allowed with Dr. David Stephens dr. david stephens joins the whole veterinarian podcast for epiosde 50 called no egos allowed

Highlighting equine practices that are moving away from “traditional” equine veterinary norms is a way to bridge the gap that exists between younger and older veterinarians. We cannot hope to attract new talent to our pool of equine veterinarians if recent grads and students don’t know that there ARE progressive practices out there. I’m excited to highlight a few of these practice owners over the next couple of weeks.
To start off, please enjoy this discussion with Dr. David Stephens of Weems & Stephens Equine Hospital in Aubrey, Texas.

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