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Humor in the Workplace

Humor in the Workplace

Right now, our workplace is closed as I am sure many of yours are.  I do miss seeing my coworkers and connecting with them, but I know that we will all be back together in the future. As I was thinking about when we reopen our office, I was wondering if some if not all … Continue reading

Vision And Purpose At Work

Vision And Purpose At Work

If you are in a position at work where you are required to train others do you find it easy?  I have been training for over 23 years and there are many things that I have learned over the past two decades that have made training not only easier, but it has made the person … Continue reading

How Is Your Medical Practice Working?

How Is Your Medical Practice Working?

As many of you know I have been a Practice Management Consultant for many years.  I also work with my partners Rem Jackson and Dr. Peter Wishnie at Top Practices.  One of the biggest struggles we come across when working with our doctors is them having the time to come up with solutions to many … Continue reading

Four Must Have Factors For Great Managers

Four Must Have Factors For Great Managers

Are you a manager or a business owner who has a manager?  How are things going as far as managing the team and moving the business in the right direction? There are several key factors for any manager to be successful at their position.  Far too often managers will “fail” to meet the mark as … Continue reading

How To Make Mondays A Great Day

How To Make Mondays A Great Day

Sunday night can be down time knowing that it is only a few hours until you need to go back to work for another five days.  I used to get this “black cloud” on Sunday afternoons realizing that in less than 24 hours I would be back to “the grind” at work and there was … Continue reading

What I Know About The Unknown

What I Know About The Unknown

I was talking with the owner of a small business the other day and they expressed that they had been struggling with the question of trying to expand and grow their business or to keep things as they are.  When I asked what were their weighing factors to making the decision, they were very honest … Continue reading

Transparency Builds Trust

Transparency Builds Trust

Effective leadership is one of the necessary ingredients to make a business run more efficiently and to create a great work environment.  I know what you are probably thinking, I really don’t have time to think about leadership I need to run a business.   This is true but if you really want a business that … Continue reading

5 Questions To Becoming Your Best Self

5 Questions To Becoming Your Best Self

Almost all businesses depend on people.  Many need people to work at the business, or to shop at their business and people to promote and market their business. Whether it is customers, patients, clients or coworkers that you work with they all deserve to receive the best service that “you” can give each day.  How … Continue reading

4 Ways To Care For Your Employees

4 Ways To Care For Your Employees

Working with small businesses I will often hear the employees say that they do not feel that their supervisors really care about them.  They are just there to do a job.  While it is true, they are there to do a job, employees need to know that their supervisors and employers care that they are … Continue reading