Energize Yourself and Your Practice
Fam Pract Manag. 1998 Jan;5(1):43.
How many times have you started a new year resolved to put your professional and personal life in order? How many times have you failed to follow through on these good intentions?
We have all declared at one time or another: “This is the year I'm going to get better organized, improve services, strengthen staff morale and achieve life balance!” Unfortunately, what so often is missing is just the right stimulus — a kernel of knowledge or bit of wisdom that spurs our thinking and actually motivates us to action. So FPM has invited experts in organization, patient satisfaction, team building and stress management to provide this missing link. Their insight and practical advice may be just the spark — or lightning bolt — you and your staff need to make 1998 a year of great success and growth, collectively and individually. So take a few minutes and find out how you can better manage that stack of papers on your desk, spruce up your practice's image, draw your staff together as a team, and keep life's demands in perspective.
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