There is a dental practice that I drive past every now and then. It has a wonderful back-story. After realising that the current location could not accommodate their growth, the owner-dentist purchased a new site and built a beautiful new practice. And he did it all in secret so he
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Thirty years of industry experience including ten years of practice ownership.
Julie has a team-empowerment approach, instilling the principle of CANI, Constant And Never-ending Improvement, with the practices she works with.
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Ameena brings order and improved performance through the implementation of systems and effective team management.
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You know that uncomfortable feeling you get? It often happens after you have had an interaction with someone and the result wasn’t all that ideal? It’s a feeling in your gut and it stays with you a while. You try to budge it by rationalising your own behaviour and also
Jordan Peterson, renowned clinical psychologist, professor of psychology and social commentator, is often noted for his sharp attire. This wasn’t always the case. Over the years and in the build up to his tours on stage, Peterson made a special effort to shift away from loose-fitting shirts and jeans to
Pick up any business or self-management book and you will likely be asked the following question: “Where do you want to be in five years?” For some, the answer is at the forefront of their mind. For others, they scratch around their creative minds for something – anything – that will
In a recent blog, I wrote that COVID-19 had seen many of us dropping down Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Abraham Maslow was an American psychologist who developed a now well-accepted theory that our psychological health is predicated on fulfilling innate human needs in priority order or steps, culminating in self-actualisation.
Never before has it been so necessary to be ‘tuned-in’ to each other’s mindset. The reaction to COVID-19 has been wide and varied. While some appear relaxed and confident that this situation will be managed well and pass to return us to happier times, others are at the other end