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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

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

Working With Good Friends

Working With Good Friends

Many workplaces discourage friendship bonding because they feel that employees will be more interested in talking with their friends rather than doing the tasks at work.  I have worked 22 years in our medical practice with my husband and yes, we have a great friendship.  We have been told that how we have fun and … Continue reading

Is Eye Contact Important?

Is Eye Contact Important?

The other day I was conducting interviews for a new staff member and had an interesting experience with one of the candidates.  While asking some key questions the candidate would answer appropriately, but would shift her eyes away from mine. At first I thought she was nervous, but this continued for several questions when asking … Continue reading

Betrayal Between Co-workers, What Now?

Betrayal can be devastating no matter what the situation is.  It is always a shock when someone has betrayed you whether it is big or small, trust has been violated.  The Webster’s definition of betrayal is; 1. To commit treason against: be a traitor to. 2. To be false or disloyal to. 3. To make known … Continue reading