In Times of Turbulence
Each year we will go through a tough stretch or two or even three. Things might be going well and all of a sudden, boom, something falls from the sky and hits us like a ton of bricks. It might be an illness to ourselves or a family member, maybe a business audit, or a key staff member leaving your practice.
Limiting Personal Conversations At Work
What types of conversations should be allowed in the workplace? I have talked with multiple people over the past several years who have developed various policies on this topic mostly due to problems and issues of personal conversations.
Your Business Advantage No One Knows About
If you ask many business owners why patients or clients should pick them over their competitors they might say “we provide better service,” “we listen” or we give people what they want. Now, this might be true, but I guarantee you your competitor is thinking the same thing.
Cultivating Dedicated Employees
A common concern with employers is the doubt that it is possible to create employees that are dedicated enough to stay around for more than a few years.In the long run is employee loyalty really gone.
Ground Rules for Positive Performance
Work environment plays a big part in how team members will work together. Ground rules need to be in place, taught and adhered to every day in order for the work environment to be established.
Marketing Success Story: New Frameworks for Success
Everyone has the ability to find the success they’re looking for. If you and your practice are stuck in a rut, Dr. Pardis Kelly from San Carlos Podiatry in the Bay Area is here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be this way. It’s never too late to turn your ship back around.
Investing In Staff
When doctors take the time to train and providing continuing education for their staff, they not only creating value for the practice, they are creating value for their assistants in terms of their career as a podiatric medical assistant.