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How Are You Doing At Work?

How Are You Doing At Work?

The desire to be a great employee begins and ends with you.  Only you can make the decision every day to make the effort to be the best at what you do even when you are just starting out in a new position. Many people today in the workforce believe that it is the employers … Continue reading

Putting Your People First

Putting Your People First

Being a manager of people is not a job for the light-hearted.  It can be difficult and stressful.  It is important as manager to never think you know it all, because managing is a life-long learning journey.   Awhile back I came upon an older article in the Harvard Business Review on “What Great Managers Do”. … Continue reading

The “People Problems” Conversation

The “People Problems” Conversation

One thing you can be sure of is if you work with people, you will encounter people problems.  Things at work can be going great and then, someone gets upset.  Possibly miscommunication has happened (as this is the most common issue).  Maybe someone had a bad morning and brought it into the office with them.  … Continue reading

A Secret of Managerial Success

A Secret of Managerial Success

“My beautiful mother is no longer here with me but her valuable work ethic lessons play over in my head each day at work.  It is important that we develop good training systems and programs in our workplace to not only make the business run better, but to teach valuable work standards to our employees.” … Continue reading

Effective Business Marketing

Effective Business Marketing

Marketing is a must for any business and medical practices are businesses.  There are many ways to market your practice (see link below), but one of the most effective ways to keep people coming back to your practice is with internal marketing done face-to-face or over the phone by the people who work in your … Continue reading

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

The Great Resignation of 2021

The Great Resignation of 2021

In September 2021 over 4 million people had quit their jobs as part of what is being called, “The Great Resignation.”  When interviewed many of these people state their reason for leaving their job was due to lack of management listening to them.  This is not the first time we have heard this as a … Continue reading

Thank you! (Is it that hard?)

Thank you! (Is it that hard?)

I was talking with a colleague about employees and how to inspire them to do their best. One of the suggestions I had was to let their staff know how much they are appreciated and to tell them thank you each day for their contribution to the success of their business. I was a bit … Continue reading

Cross Training for Function not Dysfunction

Cross Training for Function not Dysfunction

No one staff member should ever be indispensable to a practice. All staff members should beequally trained in their position and then some. Every staff member should learn certain job tasks and procedures besides their own daily job tasks.Remember, this is why we developed protocols. There is a certain danger in having some tasks onlylearned … Continue reading