Hey, it's Tina and I'm here with your one-minute management tip. Everyone wants to work with a positive leader. I mean, if we don't have positive leadership in the practice, why would we want to work there? So today I'm going to just give you three tips on how you can become a more positive leader. Now, you don't need to be the office manager or the doctor to be a leader. Everyone in the practice should learn to demonstrate leadership qualities as it will drastically improve your practice from head to toe. 

So the first one is transparency. Positive leaders are honest and transparent in their actions and in their decisions. They share relevant information with the entire team, making everyone feel included and valued. Everyone wants to feel valued in their position. 

The next one is to lead by example. And I know we hear this all the time, but it's so true. Positive leaders need to set the standards in the practice for behavior and work ethic. They exhibit values and they expect that their team will demonstrate and also exhibit those same values. This creates a culture of integrity and accountability. 

Now the last one I'm going to share with you is delegation. Positive leaders trust their team members. Now of course everyone needs to be trained, but, and they delegate responsibilities to them effectively. This empowers employees and it helps them to feel valued and capable.

And like I said, being valued is one of the biggest, most important things that needs to happen in the workplace. Because as I said, why would you want to work there? If you weren't valued and you weren't working for positive people. 

If you have any questions, you can email me at [email protected] or Dr. Peter Wishnie at [email protected]. You take care and stay cool. Bye.