Archive for the ‘ Communication ’ Category

An Ounce Of Prevention

Recently, our medical practice hired two new staff members.  These wonderful ladies have worked together in another practice for about one year so they know each other pretty well, which is helpful for them.  What is important is that we (those who have worked in our practice prior to our new hires) work at developing […]

Feeling Left Out When Change In The Workplace Happens

I was working with an office manager the other day and she happened to mention that she was struggling with a feeling of being left out of certain office changes that were happening in the business that she did not know about until after they were being implemented. Upon further questioning, she said that the […]

When You Ask Better Questions, You Will Get Better Answers

“When you ask better questions, you get better answers. This may seem like common sense, but common sense is rarely common practice. When we get clear on our purpose, we give ourselves the freedom to be more intentional, and consequently, we are able to show up for the situations that need us.” ~ Brendon Burchard […]

Gratitude is a Consistent Conversation

“Start your week off right by being grateful and then letting someone know that you are thankful for having them in your life” Such a small task, such an amazing difference it will make! Be well,  Tina

Working With Good Friends

Many workplaces discourage friendship bonding because they feel that employees will be more interested in talking with their friends rather than doing the tasks at work.  I have worked 23 years in our medical practice with my husband and yes, we have a great friendship.  We have been told that how we have fun and […]

10 Questions For Better Leadership

Running any type of business can be difficult. There are more things to think about and take care of then there are hours in our day.  Effective leadership is one of the necessary ingredients to make a business run more efficiently, smoothly and create a great work environment. What defines a good leader. Leading people […]

Its Huddle Time

Morning huddles with your team are a great way to start your day! [email protected] Top Practices Virtual Practice Management Institute Keep moving forward, Tina

Listen More, Understand More

The need to be listened to and understood is great in each of us.  When we feel what we have to say is not of value, we feel we are of less value.  Listening is a developed skill and for many of us, it does not come easy.  The attached article has three steps to […]

Really, I made a mistake?

What I made a mistake? Sometimes it is just hard to believe when you have made a mistake, especially when you know what you should have done. Mistakes just happen sometimes, even when we are trying our best and know what we should be doing. The truth is no one likes making mistakes at work.  […]

Are You Making The Connection?

“People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude and that will either enable you to connect and win them over or it will alienate them from you.”  John Maxwell is one of my favorite writers and speakers.  This quote of his above is one that resonates with me.  Attitude is such a critical […]