In a perfect world, we would all manage our chiropractic practices with ease and would be a constant source of support. Unfortunately, it can be challenging to always say the right thing, especially when you are juggling so many different tasks in your practice. Here are our tips.
Effective leadership and communication is essential to any business, but for a small chiropractic practice, it requires knowing how to communicate with all levels of the practice from employees to patients. Each group may require a slightly different communication and leadership style. It’s up to you to be able to adapt based on the group you are communicating with. Here are our tips.
We all know it's true, today's digital world has us hyperconnected. Though adjusting to some of these platforms can be challenging, there are vast opportunities for chiropractors to market themselves, their brand, and grow their reputation. Whether you start a blog, post regular videos on social media, or create an app with chiropractic tips, there is a method for you to connect with both new and current clients. Here are a few suggestions for effective methods to boost your chiropractic brand.
You might be wondering what self-awareness has to do with leadership. It is, however, a critical tool to help you reach higher levels of satisfaction, become a better leader, improve relationships (both personal and professional), and better manage your emotions. With all these positive correlations, you'd think everyone would be interested in becoming more self-aware, and yet studies have found only 10-15% of people are truly self-aware.
With the modern tools of communication at our disposal, there are fewer and fewer occasions where information is sent through the mail. In the “old days,” if you received correspondence that you didn’t want, you simply threw it away and went on with your life. Now, in the social media generation, if you receive an unwelcome email or read a Facebook post that rubs you the wrong way, you feel compelled to attach an emotional, and commonly biting reply.