Tagged with Leadership

Being Effective

Being Effective

Peter Drucker has been called by many “The inventor of Modern Management.” He has written multiple books on the topic and believed it was the people working together that made the magic happen in organizations, no matter the size. He found that successful people whether they were the business owners, managers or employees all followed … 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

Getting Others To Contribute

Getting Others To Contribute

What inspires employees to think about what they can do to contribute to the overall success of the business?    Of course, there are probably many different answers, but I personally think one of the key elements for this to happen is to be led by someone who is doing their best at what they … Continue reading

Thinking Positive to Find Solutions

Thinking Positive to Find Solutions

Metaphysical theorist will tell you that whatever you focus on is the thing that expands. If we think about this and apply it to negative or difficult situations that come up at work, we then are expanding the negative. If we choose to focus on what we do right and what great systems we have … Continue reading

Are You A Leader Worth Following?

A leadership role is not given to someone, it is something that they earn and are called to fulfill. In the workplace many times this is done in reverse. Someone is promoted or hired in to be a manager, supervisor or director and yet they have never held such a role (or had any training) … 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

Persistence Is The Key

Persistence Is The Key

If I had to come up with one word to describe my two decades of being a medical office manager and team leader it would be, “Persistence.”  Without it I would have given up and miss out on all of the great experiences I have had with those I have been privileged to work with.  … Continue reading

Employee Loyalty????

Employee Loyalty????

During our current working conditions and so many people being laid off, I have found several employers that are “Essential” who had to furlough employees a month or so ago and now are ready to open their business to some extent, that are finding their employees do not want to come back to work. Some … Continue reading