May 17

Navigating Change In Your Growing Practice

AS YOUR PRACTICE GROWS, you may be prompted to adjust your office hours, add additional services, or adjust internal policies and procedures to meet new needs. These new changes may be good for business, but if implemented in the wrong way, they could be bad for morale.

Chart A Smooth Course To Change

If you’re looking to introduce changes in your practice, here are few things to consider to ensure a smooth transition for yourself, your business, and your team.

Communication – As with any relationship, personal or professional, frequent and effective communication is key. Hold a staff meeting and address the issues and reason for the change. Communicate your vision and expectations and then be sure to address any questions or concerns.

Don’t be afraid to repeat yourself. Send our emails, post bulletins, and talk with your team one on one. Be sure that expectations are clear before implementing the change.

Finally, everyone wants recognition when they do something good. Take the time to acknowledge when people’s efforts.

Let Us Point You In The Right Direction

We understand the effects change can have on a growing practice and we’re committed to providing effective tools and solutions to lead your team down the path to success. If you have any questions about introducing a change in your practice, give us a call or let us know in the comments below!

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