Fostering a 'Culture of Trust'

Robin Brogdon, MA, owner and president of BluePrints Veterinary Marketing Group, talks about fostering a culture of trust within your veterinary practice.
Published: October 08, 2017


A culture of trust means that your employees feel like information is readily shared with them and that communication is free-flowing and transparent. Robin Brogdon, MA, owner and president of BluePrints Veterinary Marketing Group, talks about fostering a culture of trust within your veterinary practice.

By building a culture of trust within your veterinary practice, your team members will be much more loyal because they feel they are being listened to, heard and that their opinions and ideas matter.

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