Tagged with Training Employees

Job Performance Reviews

Job Performance Reviews

When working with managers I have found one area that many find difficult is conducting Job Performance Reviews.  Over the past couple of months, I have compiled five key areas that cause managers to find doing performance reviews difficult. There are no “real” job descriptions Lack of a practical training program to teach the employee … Continue reading

Training For Success

Training For Success

Training employees can be a daunting task, especially if you do not have a training program in place.  In order for employees to be successful in their position their training has to be centered around making them successful. What does that mean?  Often, when a new hire is being trained there is no thought on … Continue reading

Creating Great Office Managers

Creating Great Office Managers

When consulting with medical practices I am always surprised how difficult it is for physicians to find a quality office manager. An interesting fact is good office managers are just as hard to find as good employees now days. Below are 10 of the most sought after qualities employers are seeking in management personnel.  When you take each … Continue reading

Creating Successful Employees

Creating Successful Employees

Training at work is an ongoing process whether you work in a medical office, retail store or restaurant, systems and procedures are always changing; especially the way technology plays its role in our workplace today. A common mistake when training employees is managers or supervisors will assume that employees understand more than they do when … Continue reading

Keeping The Right Employee

Keeping The Right Employee

With the difficulty of finding a job now, you would think that once you landed one that you would do everything in your abilities to keep it.  Employers are also hoping that their picked candidate will work out, as it is an expense every time they need to fire and re-hire an employee.

Managers Who Grow Leaders

Managers Who Grow Leaders

As a manager it is important to know when to take the reins and when to step aside when working with your team. If your management style is you always needing to take the reins and control which way the team is heading, you might find yourself with continual employee turnover. The cost of replacing … Continue reading

Take Care of Your New Employees

 Having just hired a new employee  has brought back many memories of what it is like being the new kid on the block.  The tasks we take as being simple can be overwhelming to them.  We must remember to be considerate of how they may be feeling during this time of on-boarding and take the extra … Continue reading

Employee Training Goals Equals Success for All

Whether it is training staff members, or management, training is one thing that is really never over.  Whether you work in a hospital, medical office, or retail store systems and procedures are always changing, especially the way technology plays its role in our workplace today.  What does often happen when it comes to training staff … Continue reading