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Did you miss the Pexion Launch? Now you can have your own private presentation…
Dear Valued Client
The Pexion™ Launch held during the week of 20 – 25 June 2016, in 6 major cities was a huge success, with over 400 veterinarians attending. However, we feel that with such a new and innovative product it is necessary to share this information with many more veterinarians, that were not able to attend.
Taking the time to learn more about this new and only veterinary registered canine anti-epileptic drug, will entitle you to 2 CPD points (AC/1511/16), but more importantly provide you with all the reasons to start using Pexion™.
Managing performance and motivating staff. Presented by Andrew Christie.
SPEAKER PROFILE: Andrew Christie
BComm (Industrial Psychology)
After completing his studies Andrew spend 2 years at a leading bank in South Africa where he was involved in the implementation of the new labour legislation that was rolled out in 1997, as well as managerial training. He followed this with a stint at a computer-based training company where he assisted in the development of learning centers for major South African corporations. In 2000 he indulged entered into a partnership in a bookshop. Over the next five years he drove the development of that shop into a successful chain of six. In 2005 he re-entered the corporate world by forming his own consultancy, specialising in providing financial, tax and human resource services for SMME’s, as well as growth management for medium corporates. The natural extension of this work into developing his clients led to Andrew opening Acacia Training, a learning and development consultancy, specialising in Financial and Human Resource training. As well as training in Europe and all over Africa, Andrew has lectured in Strategic Human Resource Development at a post-graduate level at Wits Business School.
How can these indicators add value to your Practice?
A successful veterinary business monitors a range of KPIs to seek ways to improve service provision and profitability. Key Performance Indicators are standardised calculations of quantifiable and measurable data for management purposes. KPIs reflect performance or trends occurring within a business that impact onachievement of business goals and objectives.
The following areas will be covered:
– Purpose of KPI’s
– What do KPI’s measure?
– How to develop a strategy for formulating KPI’s
– Core KPI’s in a Vet Practice
-Working Capital Cycle
-Value-adding to the business
– The wrong KPI’s to use in a Vet Practice
– How KPI’s are critical in the valuation of a practice
Labour Relations – February 2016
Webinar for the Veterinary Profession
Discipline is an area that causes excessive fear for some vets, while being completely ignored by others. Either way can end up costing the practice large amounts of money, whether through inefficient staff or through CCMA rulings against the practice.
In this 30-minute webinar organised by Vet360, Andrew Christie will be providing an overview of how disciplinary action can be utilised for the benefit of Vet Practices in South Africa.