Effective Strategies for Challenging Times
3:45PM on a busy Wednesday. You've had
"better days". The telltale
echo of loud voices, white knuckles and "looks that could paralyze"
betrays a less than perfect afternoon. Hopefully, tomorrow everyone will enjoy
a more pleasant experience at the office. For some, a happy and successful
private practice appears to be a “lucky event”.
Here we have a mixture of “good-day” employees in a good mood joined by
randomly cooperative patients. And,
jovial parents who happen to pay their debts without complaint accompany these
boys and girls.
this novel thought: the successful, happy practice is not a series of random
events. It’s an intentional combination of enthusiastic, motivated and valuable
people who, on a daily basis, have planned to do good work, understand and
enjoy what they’re doing and set a fine example. When dealing with reality and the stress of a
busy schedule, demanding parents, patients and co- employees, The Exceptional Office rises
to the occasion showing the skills essential to good rapport.
presentation will focus upon an entertaining and educational look at achieving
these goals. Participants are assured of a motivating, provocative and
worthwhile clinical experience.