Time Management for Overloaded Vet Teams
Time management – it’s what life's all about! Work, play, sleep! How do you efficiently and effectively pack as much as possible into the time available...and stay sane? Can you identify those times when you reach your personal stress level? Do you need to work smarter? Do your colleagues waste time? How long does it actually take to do a specific task? What happens when something goes wrong and the plan flies out of the window? Jane will present the answers to these questions (and the theory behind them), explore some methodologies to address time management problems and share some great tips to let out a little pressure from life’s autoclave! In this session you will assess your current approach to time and learn how to formulate a plan to give your working life (and that of your team) more discipline and give you a sense of achievement - with more time for the things you’d rather be doing!
Recording from 13.02.2018
Jane Bindloss RVN, DipMgt
Jane Bindloss is a Registered Veterinary Nurse with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and a Life Member of both the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia and the AVA’s Veterinary Business Group. She was awarded the AVA Meritorious Service Award in 1998 and was a Finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Awards in 1997. She sat on the Companion Animal Working Group of the Australian Animal Welfare Strategy from 2005 to 2013 where she developed a real understanding of the issues and concerns encountered by every sector of animal carers. With veterinarian husband Colin, Jane owned, managed and developed Pets at the Vets Hospital; widely regarded as a model veterinary workplace. The successful business was sold to a corporate entity in 2011. Jane and her business partner now consult to veterinary practices and other businesses across Australia through their company “SANE – Practice Management Mentoring”. The company delivers workshops and individual management training to leaders, business owners, managers and teams and provides coaching, mediation and facilitation services. They can be contacted at www.sanevetmanagement.com.au.