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Developing A Workplace Vision

Developing A Workplace Vision

Today, on my coaching call with members of the Virtual Practice Management Institute I talked about workplace/business visions.  The main point I was making is if the employees do not know the vision/mission of the business how can employers expect them to buy in and become engaged with the business? First and foremost he business … Continue reading

The Mindset of A Manager

The Mindset of A Manager

Last week I posted about our personal growth mindset and how developing it is done in small steps.  Today, I want to address the managers mindset and how they can make a huge difference in how their employees not only perform, but enjoy their job. Often when managers hire employees they are looking for the … Continue reading

Wisdom From Wooden

Wisdom From Wooden

Good morning! Today I wanted share a couple of my favorite John Wooden quotes with you.  Mr. Wooden was such an inspiring man, yet so humble and caring.  His wisdom will live on forever.  He wrote so many amazing great books on leadership with enough pearls of wisdom to fill your treasure chest! “Be more … Continue reading

Growth Takes Place In Small Steps

Growth Takes Place In Small Steps

I think most of us want to continue to grow in our personal and work life. There is much to be said for stretching your mind and learning new things. Growth takes risk, stretching our normal boundaries, and sometimes it can cause feelings of fear, stress and anxiety. Is the risk of these difficult feelings … Continue reading

Helping To Motivate One Another

Helping To Motivate One Another

A common mistake business owners and managers make is thinking what motivates one person on their team will motivate everyone on the team.  This just is not so. Each person is different thus what makes them tick and desire to perform can be quite different. For most people their motivation to do things is intrinsic, … Continue reading

Is Your Workplace A Bit Stressful?

Is Your Workplace A Bit Stressful?

Working in the Healthcare Industry, it is common for physicians and their staff to become stressed in everyday situations in the practice.  Taking care of others can be as demanding as it is rewarding.  Often when stress is not addressed it can turn into into burnout without even realizing it. According to a survey done … Continue reading

How Is Your Likeability?

How Is Your Likeability?

  We have all had encounters with businesses that we wondered “how do they keep their doors open?” They had either bad employees, made it hard to business with them, or their service from A-Z was very poor. We have also worked in businesses that we encountered business owners, managers, or co-workers that were anything … Continue reading

Creating Value In Employees

Creating Value In Employees

All employers want great employees. Yet it seems that a lot of the employers I speak to their number one issue is employee problems. What I find interesting is that I rarely hear employers talk about how great their employees are and it makes me wonder if the employees know what value they have in … Continue reading