Imagine a world where the “Dogs’ View” influences animal care organizations to work more efficiently. In that world, more dogs will be saved.
The “C.A.N.I.N.E.” Program delivers solutions in accountability and organizational growth. The solutions offer an animal care organization a chance to develop efficiently and experience growth. Lessons in Compassion, Accountability, Nobility, Inspiration, Removing Negativity, and Evolution make up the complete package. Joe is an expert is motivating groups, delivering the messages that impact your organization to achieve results through proven techniques.
I have looked forward to these sessions each week. I think that it has fostered good communication between the different departments of the hospital. I also think people have gained a better understanding for what others deal with on a daily basis. Therefore, we have already achieved the goal of fostering better teamwork. The session on the behavioral styles was fun and also helpful in getting the supervisors thinking about how to approach different people.Liz McKnight, B.S., C.V.T.Clinic Services Manager
I reached out to Joe Dwyer to help our hospital make positive changes on many levels of leadership. He was very well prepared, articulate and easy to talk too. A number of the topics (i.e.: coaching, conflict resolution, communication and teamwork) helped to inspire and motivate my supervisors to become better leaders. Joe has an extensive background in management; mix that with his love of animals – made it very easy for him to relate to our hospital.
As the Patient Services Manager at OAH - I feel that we must be the best we can be – for the sake of our patients. I feel he brought my supervisory team closer together along with building a better team hospital wide. I look forward to continue working with Joe, to contour new topics every manager encounters.Karen Critchley-Capone, RVT Patient Services Manager at Oradell Animal Hospital
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Oradell Animal Hospital Case Study
C.A.N.I.N.E. consulting was hired to bring a deeper sense of accountability to the Oradell Hospital staff. 17 sessions were conducted from June 21, 2016 through August 17, 2016. The staff and I met on an average of twice a week. This allowed for time in between to contact me with questions or specific needs.Read the full Case Study
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