What do you do if you have imposter syndrome?

Dealing with imposter syndrome is all about dealing with that voice in your head. You know the one? “You’re going to mess this up”; “you really aren’t qualified to do this”; “you don’t deserve it”; “you’re going to be found out”…

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Good Workplaces Blog - Culture

What does culture actually mean? It’s tricky to reduce it down to a specific goal that you can simply tick off your to-do list. It’s much more complicated than that. It’s the personalities, the people and the behaviours we find in practice, and where colleagues can truly be their authentic selves.

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What to do if... you feel you never have enough time

Time pressures are a hot topic right now, perhaps more than usual but how can you take control and get on top of it?

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Good Workplaces Blog - Health and wellbeing

It’s important to acknowledge that we ALL have physical and mental health, which is something that can fluctuate daily and throughout our lifetime. We all have an important part to play in how we make people feel. But most notably, we have an important role in our own health and wellbeing.

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Good Workplaces Blog - Equality, diversity and inclusion

Remember none of us are perfect at this but we all have a role to play in being allies. This means creating a psychologically safe working environment that enables people to feel confident that their voices will be heard and respected.

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Good Veterinary Workplaces Blog - Reward and Recognition

The third session in our Good Workplace series, in partnership with BVA, focused on Reward and Recognition. Here are our top 7 takeaways from our online discussion with James Russell and Carolyne Crowe.

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