Hi, it's Tina and I'm here with your one-minute management tip. You know, recently in the Wall Street Journal there was an article and it was called The Power of Mattering at Work. Now, if you've watched any of my videos over the past couple of years, you know that many times I talk about how much each person in the practice needs to know that they are valued at work. And that how what they do contributes to the overall success of the practice. This is so important.
The article says that people who do not know that they're valued at work or that they matter, really are lonely, they suffer from more health issues, and also their quality of work is not as good. It's really important that every single person, from the person who checks people in in the morning to the person who is getting the authorizations, doing collections, cleaning the instruments, they need to know how what they do connects to the overall success of the office. That they are part of the bigger picture, and what would happen if they didn't do what they did so that they can understand that they are valued. They do matter.
If you have any questions on how you may be able to lift up your team, letting them know how they matter to the practice. All you have to do is email me at [email protected], or Dr. Peter Wishnie at [email protected]. Everyone matters at work. Talk to you later. Bye.