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4 Ways to Strengthen Team Dynamics Within Your Practice

By Ali Oromchian Esq

Working as a TeamWhen you first start a business, you hire specific people to fill specific roles. But once your practice is up and running, the responsibilities of your individual team members begin to blend with one another. Coworkers begin to understand the roles of those around them, and tasks begin to be accomplished as a team. This process can be extremely beneficial to a business, as it helps to ensure that responsibilities are being met and that patients are receiving the best care possible.

You can enhance this process by taking time to strengthen the team dynamics within your practice. Here are some suggestions as to how to help your employees work with one another to accomplish the overall goals of your business: 


1. Clarify Expectations: If you want your team to work together, then it is important that each member understand both his role and the overall goals of your practice. In this way, you can ensure that each person knows that he is a crucial component of having your practice run smoothly.


2. Communicate Regularly: Without proper communication, your team can break down. This is why you should ensure that your employees are comfortable speaking not only with each other, but also with you and any other members of management. Communication allows you to address problems right away and learn from one another more effectively.


3. Encourage Innovative Thinking: Working as a group should not mean stifling creativity. Encourage your staff to express themselves and to come up with solutions that can help your practice overall.


4. Acknowledge Top Performances: One of the simplest ways to encourage good work is to reward it when you see it. When your employees know that their efforts are not going unappreciated, they are more likely to give their best efforts. When everyone is giving it their all, your whole team can benefit.


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Posted on 10/17/2018 at 10:45 AM

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