A team that is in sync regarding goals and philosophy of care is more likely to stay on top of administrative work while providing the necessary attention and high-quality treatment for each patient.
Consider these tips:
- Encourage communication. You’d rather be safe than sorry in this area. Make sure employees are comfortable talking to each other and that it’s happening often.
- Acknowledge great work. Recognizing staff will help them feel appreciated and keep them engaged.
- Seek out additional resources if necessary. An employee assistance program can help manage workplace stress. Being the best leader sometimes means that you know when to reach out for help from experts.
- Value your staff as people, not just employees. Get to know them. This will make you more prepared to understand who works best where and with whom.
“Leaders become great, not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others.”
– John Maxwell
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