We all know networking is important. Most of you reading this blog found out about it through LinkedIn, proving that to some extent our readers are currently trying to network. Being as we are already networking, I don’t need to explain the benefits of networking. However, have you thought of how much your practice would grow and improve by having your employees network too?
Working in Healthcare, we spend most of our waking time at work instead of at home with our families. While having employment is a blessing, when you don’t like your co-workers or employees, it can feel like a curse. Since we must work together, why not try to improve the time we spend together? Having open lines of communication can help subdue negative feelings as well as improve relationships with both employees and patients too.