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Keeping Work Standards High

Keeping Work Standards High

Having a bad day at work? We all have had them, and when we do, our performance is less than the standard. We know this and because we are ethical and hold high standards for ourselves, we make sure the next day we pick it up and get back on top of our game giving … Continue reading

Team Death, Dread and Doom

Team Death, Dread and Doom

As a business owner or manager how aware are you of your team members workloads, possible dilemmas or the stress that go with them?  Many times, as managers or business owners we are so focused with our own workload that we fail to see when others need a helping hand.  Oftentimes your staff will not … Continue reading

Does Your Team Know It’s Purpose?

Does Your Team Know It’s Purpose?

When working with a group of people it can be difficult to get everyone on the same boat and rowing in the same direction at the same time. Often this is due to a lack of leadership with a passion for what they do and a clear understanding of what the purpose of the team … Continue reading

Training Can Not Be A Drag

Training Can Not Be A Drag

In talking with managers many times I find that they think training is a drag or pain. It takes too much time and they often have complaints about their employees whether they are new or old in the “lack of how they catch on.” First, I know that training does take time and many times … Continue reading

Make Great Stories For Others To Tell

Make Great Stories For Others To Tell

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak at a virtual seminar on Customer Care Opportunities, or in my case Patient Care Opportunities. My point was to let the attendees know that they have care opportunities all day long with the people with whom they serve, their patients. These are the same opportunities anyone has when … Continue reading

Peak Performance Management

Peak Performance Management

If you have been in a management position at anytime in your employment life, I am sure you will agree that it is a position not for the “faint of heart.” I have managed a medical practice for over 23-years now and the challenges along with the victories have been many. It took me years … Continue reading

Struggling With Employee Engagement?

Struggling With Employee Engagement?

If your job includes overseeing others to make sure tasks to run the business are getting done, then you really want to have people on your team that are engaged in order to get the best performance from them. One of the first things that comes to our mind when we hear the word “engaged” … Continue reading

Creating A Circle Of Safety At Work

Creating A Circle Of Safety At Work

As I mentioned a couple of posts ago, we have been covering the topic of “building Trust” with our work team in a private group I coach through Top Practices Practice Management.  One of the topics we discussed this week was the importance of creating a circle of safety at work with our team. You … Continue reading

Building Team Trust

Building Team Trust

Happy Monday to you all! This week in a private coaching group with Top Practices Virtual Practice Management Institute I will begin a 4-week series on “Team Trust.”  I thought I would share some key points to developing trust within any work team. Trust among team members is necessary for the team to function at … Continue reading

Are You A Positive Team Player?

Are You A Positive Team Player?

Everyone likes to work with people who have a great attitude.  You know the person who smiles and says good morning and then if they are done with their work will come and ask if you need help. People with positive attitudes are a joy to be around whether it is at work or home.  … Continue reading