Wednesday, August 04, 2010

The Art of Creating A Successful Team

The quality of your office is going to be determined by the quality of the team that assists you in providing health care to your patients. There are a number of things that she can do in order to build and strengthen your health care team.

People do business with people who they like, who are like them it is important that we understand this concept. It is more important than ever before, that there is a positive chemistry among your staff members. The more your staff members enjoy working with each other, the better care your patients will receive.

So here are three things you can do right away, in order to build and create a successful team that is ready to assist you in providing health care to your patients.

1: You must have regular staff meetings. Although most people don’t like to be in meetings they’re important in order to set goals, solve problems and get everybody on the same page.

2: Design group activities that involve all staff members in a setting other than your office. Make it fun! This will not only help team members bond with each other. It should also help them bond with you

3: Constantly catch your team members doing the right thing and let them know how much you appreciate it. Then tell the rest of the staff members, what a great job that person did and be specific. Everyone wants Love, Appreciation and : Respect, if you give them those three things you will have a group of highly motivated quality staff members on your team.

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1 comment:

Chris Helms, MBA said...

I especially love #3. Catch people doing things right and show appreciation. I struggle with my CEO doing the opposite of this too often. I think it's easier to find problems, but building on strengths and success is critically important. Nice work here. I'll be reading more of your work in the future.

Chris Helms, mba
Record Breaker Business Consulting