Posts Tagged ‘ office management ’

Thinking Positive to Find Solutions

Metaphysical theorists will tell you that whatever you focus on is the thing that expands. If we think about this and apply it to negative or difficult situations that come up at work, we then are expanding the negative. If we choose to focus on what we do right and what great systems we have […]

Peak Performance Management

If you have been in a management position at any time in your employment life, I am sure you will agree that it is a position not for the “faint of heart.” I have managed a medical practice for over 23-years now and the challenges along with the victories have been many. It took me […]

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

Called to Leadership?

Yesterday Trevor Nagle, ABD, on his blog Leadership Musings of a Skeptical Positivist, had a great article regarding leadership.  (I have posted the link below to his blog) Trevor addresses how a person who is a “Producer” at work can be mistaken as one who is called to be a “Leader.”  This actually happens often […]

The Necessity of a Good Job Description

Are job descriptions necessary? This is a good question, and for many places of business none exist. How many jobs can you think of that have more steps than making widgets on a manufacturing line? It might be okay to not have a detailed job description if the job tasks are very few; “take peg […]

Why Employees Resist Change At Work

Why is it that most people are resistant to change of any kind, even when it will actually make life a bit easier for them?  Change is difficult even when your life depends on it.  I read an article recently that said that when cardiac patients were told what changes they needed to make in […]

What Does It Take To Be A Successful Coach?

Coaching a team, whether it is a work team or sports team can be difficult and rewarding and sometimes both in the same day.  Getting the players in the right positions, providing them instruction and training to carry out their position takes time and patience on the coach’s part. Successful coaches take time to prepare. […]

Struggling With Your Self-Esteem At Work

The article below is from Psychology Today’s website and is about a subject that flies below the radar in most workplaces, but is really very prevalent.  There are so many people who suffer from low self-esteem at work, but they never let others know.  More important, they do not know what they can do about […]

Do You Need Change?

“Always continue to strive to better your service to your customers, you will not regret it.” ~T.C. Totaro  When it comes to good management practice and change in the work place there is an abundance of articles and books that will give you great information on how to implement changes successfully. But what if your […]

Workplace Confrontations

“In the confrontation between the stream and the rock the stream always wins.  Not through strength, but through persistence.” ~ Unknown When confrontation in the workplace used to happen I would get very upset and flustered which hindered my communication.  I would stammer, stumble and shake and it made matters worse.  Some confronters are very […]