Does Your Pediatric Practice Need A Vision Statement?

Most vision statements I’ve read, are a bunch of fancy words put together in a somewhat coherent matter with the intent to demonstrate that the company or the business stands for something. As a result, nobody pays attention to them. WHY YOU NEED A VISION STATEMENT When crafted correctly, a vision statement is enduring and inspirational. It's a guiding, transformational initiative, that removes the clutter and sets a defined direction for the … [Read more...]

Simple Yet Effective Leadership Lesson You Must Learn If You Are A Practice Administrator

One day, his wife complained that in their 25 years of marriage, he had never told her that he loved her. “I told you when we got married. I’ll let you know if it changes,” he replied. Acknowledging staff members or affirming employees for a job well done doesn't come naturally to me. I'm the kind of person that believes recognition isn't necessary when someone does as expected. YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO WORK HARD For example, I've heard employees say, … [Read more...]

4 Remarkable Easy Ways to Get Employees To Meet Expectations

Humans have an uncanny ability to blame the circumstances surrounding them for their failures and short-comings. But when it comes to others, we place blame on their character. For example, if we see a parent yelling, tugging or being overpowering towards their child, we raise an eyebrow and pass judgement on that parent’s parenting skills. But if we lose our temper with our kids, we justify it by saying, “Well, if you knew how … [Read more...]