Hi, it's Tina and I'm here with your one-minute management tip. Since training is a vital part of the success of every person who works in the practice, what is the best way to keep track of: What needs to be trained? What has been trained? And what needs to be retrained or reviewed? Well, I have a simple solution and it's called a job task training log.

If you have my book, there's a copy of one inside. This lists the different positions and also, the different job tasks that go with the positions. And as you hire someone and you begin their training, you can go down and tick off as they accomplish success and learning each task that is necessary for them. Then you can use this log for review and retraining because as we know, training is never done. The more we review what we need to know how to do the better we're going to be at it.

Now, if you don't have a copy of my book, you can get one, but also if you'd like just a copy of our job training task sheet from the Virtual Practice Management Institute, I'd be happy to send you a copy of this.

But also if you would like to have a tour of the Virtual Practice Management Institute, just email me at [email protected] and I'd be happy to give you a tour of the Virtual Practice Management Institute where you can see all of our modules and the different tools that we have for the success of your practice.

If you have any questions, you just got my email address. I look forward to talking to you. Take care. Bye.