As a practice leader, you can have a significant impact on how well your employees adapt to changes at your practice. Here are some guidelines to help.
Catherine Hambley, PhD
Physicians typically feel they have little control over work-life balance, but they have the power to improve their emotional resilience. Here's how.
Well-deserved praise not only induces your staff to work harder, it can make patients happy, as well.
Taking time to build quality interactions with your patients can actually save you time, and help you become a more effective physician.
It is not the presence of conflict that is critical; it is the ability to resolve it in a productive and healthy manner that matters most.