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What Makes A Great Work Environment?

What Makes A Great Work Environment?

One of the most common problems I hear from employers at this time is a not having enough staff to run their business and grow.  Many employers as we know lost employees at the beginning of the pandemic and have not been able to replace them.  The employee pool is quite shallow currently as well … Continue reading

Coworker Conflict Can Be Good

Coworker Conflict Can Be Good

If you work with people, then you have had to deal with conflict of some sort.  Conflict is neither good nor bad, it is just conflict.  It is how people handle the conflict that will determine if it leads to a positive or negative outcome. Conflict is bound to happen at work.  We have our … Continue reading

Failures Promote Progress

Failures Promote Progress

A few years ago I came upon this great book, “Celebrating Failure” by author Ralph Heath. I believe this is one book that should be in every manager’s, supervisor’s or leader’s library. We often hear the saying, “there is no room for failure.” However, we learn so much by our failures. Teams are strengthened by … Continue reading

Improving Relationships At Work

Improving Relationships At Work

Building working relationships with those we work with each day is very important.  Not only do these relationships make our work life better, but they also make the workplace better.  A few years back we hired two new medical assistants at the same time, they were wonderful women who had worked together in another practice … 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

We Are The Sum Of Our Actions

We Are The Sum Of Our Actions

“We must remember we are not the sum of our intentions but of our actions.” ― Brendon Burchard As you encounter others today whether it be a work, or otherwise, remember that you are what your actions speak. Far too often we forget that as humans we hear with our eyes. It is what we … Continue reading

The Ghost Of Christmas Past, A Management Lesson

The Ghost Of Christmas Past, A Management Lesson

For the past two weeks I have been teaching in our Virtual Practice Management membership group lessons we can learn from the story “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, that can make us better managers or business owners. This week we took a look at the chapter which Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the “Ghost … Continue reading

Life Doesn’t Get Easier

Life Doesn’t Get Easier

2020 what a year this has been globally. The other day I told my husband, “I feel like I am waiting for something, but don’t know what it is.” It seems at times that life has been put on hold. I know this is not true, it is just our everyday life is different than … Continue reading

Let’s Review Some Basic Life Lessons

Let’s Review Some Basic Life Lessons

In light of the difficultly our country (USA) has been going through with Covid-19 and a major election that has caused unrest and anger amongst, “we the people” I thought I would be a good time to share some truths we have “ALL” learned when we were growing up in hopes that they will be … Continue reading