Hi, it's Tina, and I'm here with your one-minute management tip. Today, I want to talk to you about a topic that's in my book Truths from the Trenches, it's in chapter six. It's called The Director's Chair. Well, we can perfect the performance in our practice that will change our patients' experiences, but not only that, it will also make our daily work, much more satisfying to us.
There are three areas of effort that you need to focus on in order to make this happen:
One, you need to set the stage. You need to create a great work environment. No one likes to work in an environment that is not healthy and happy.
Number two, you need to have great performers. That means you need to have a great training program, continuing education program, and you need to be able to give recognition to those who are working hard to achieve the goals of the practice every single day.
Number three, the show must go on. What does this mean? Teamwork. Everyone is there to support one another, understanding how what they do affects the others in the practice.
And the ultimate goal is to achieve what is necessary each day in order for the work to get done and for the patients to be happy. Well, now how do you master this director's chair, and who's the director? Well, it could be the business owner, office manager, team leader, anyone who is there that is helping to bring the team together.
What do they need to do? They need to be able to instruct, they need to be able to guide, and they need to be able to inspire. Now, if you are interested in finding all of the tools that you need to make this happen in your practice, I'd like to take you on a tour of the Virtual Practice Management Institute library. It is the best-kept secret in podiatry, and you can visit it for free.
All you have to do is email me at [email protected] or Dr. Peter Wishnie at [email protected]. We would be happy to take you through the library and show you the various tools, the modules, that we have so that you can achieve these things in your practice and create the best year that you have ever had as far as giving a great performance for you, and for the people who visit your practice every single day. I want you to take care and chew on this for a few minutes, and then email me so I can help you. Take care. Bye now.