If 9 of every 10 employees in your organization felt engaged in their work, you’d have one outstanding culture. It can happen. Want to know how? It’s as basic as one, two, three . . .
“Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.”
Jamie PaolinettiDid you and your TEAM set goals for 2014? Now’s the time to think about it, if you haven’t already finalized your plans for the year ahead. Follow these five Read More
The most effective managers recognize the importance of motivating their TEAM. As you head into what will hopefully be your most successful year yet 2014, consider the following advice to get your TEAM truly on board with your plans.
1. TREAT MOTIVATION AS A COMPLEX TOPIC.Don’t fall into the Read More
Contrary to popular belief, your TEAM values many things more than the amount of money they're being paid. If they're treated right, they will not only work for less, they'll pe happier and more productive as they do so. Making big money is often less important to the TEAM than satisfying these BASICRead More
These simple strategies can keep you energized both on and off the job. I guarantee practicing each individual strategy below, to the maximum will make you more successful in both your professional and personal lives. Here are the 14 quick strategies that will get and keep yourself motivated .Test yourselfRead More
It doesn't take a big raise or lavish gifts to make your TEAM happy. Instead, doctors who are hopefully the BOSS, and who foster a culture of inclusion and openness with their employees will reap the benefits resulting from an engaged and happy workforce. One of the simplest ways for doctors to ensure theRead More
Showing TEAM members how important they are to you and your practice isn’t hard. In fact, it takes mere seconds of your time — and can boost morale and performance.
Recognize hard work and motivate your TEAM by regularly using these phrases in your conversations with them:1. “That was Read More
1.Don’t do all the talking — Ask your patients how they are, if they’re having any problems and listen carefully to what they say. 2. Begin with an outline — Start your discussion with the big picture and work your way into more detail, asking your patient if they have any questions along theRead More
"The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, the education, the money, than circumstances, than failure, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important thanRead More