Sometimes people will be quick to give the team the demand or to tell about the new way to handle new patients. However, they don’t always tell the why. You may feel that the why of the situation isn’t important but this might be the difference between your staff jumping on board and being excited about the new event or your staff complaining that they have one more task to complete. Instead of people dwelling on the negative help the staff to focus on the positive. An activity from 151 ways to inspire your staff suggests:
On a 3 x 5 card, write On a 3 x 5 card, write out three answers to why you are excited about the future of your business.
151 Quick Ideas to Inspire Your Staff
by: Jerry Wilson, CSP
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