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Articles by Debbie Allaben Gair, CVPM

Terminating team turf wars

If your practice faces rivalries between doctors and staff and older and younger generations, read this.
October 2009

If your practice faces rivalries between doctors and staff and older and younger generations, read this.

Managers: End team rivalries

If youre managing a divided team, try this rivalry-specific advice for ending the practice standoffs.
October 2009

If you?re managing a divided team, try this rivalry-specific advice for ending the practice standoffs.

Managers: Take action

October 2009

Here are three ways to help your team work together more cohesively.

Sample case study: The blame game

May 2009

When a problem happens over and over, step back and determine where the issue lies. Here's how.

Problem employees: Is it you or them?

When poor performers constantly cause the feathers to hit the proverbial fan, you might start to wonder who the culprit is. By doing your part to correct bad behavior, you'll help restore order and pinpoint the real trouble team members.
May 2009

Pinpoint—and help—the real trouble team members in your practice.

Different strokes for different communication styles

When a bunch of different folks form a team, conflict arises. Stop hunting and pecking for a solution. Here's the key to working together: Identify what pushes your co-workers' buttons.
February 2009

When a bunch of different folks form a team, conflict arises. Stop hunting and pecking for a solution. Here's the key to working together: Identify what pushes your co-workers' buttons.

Avoid the perils of picky pet owners

Is there one type of client who's harder to please?
October 2008

Is there one type of client who's harder to please?

Who would you hire?

Which people belong in your practice toolbox? Consider your current team and how a new employee with a different approach might offer fresh tools for your practice.
September 2008

Which people belong in your practice toolbox? Consider your current team and how a new employee with a different approach might offer fresh tools for your practice.

Help light team members' fire

June 2008

Q. How do I inspire an uninspired team member?

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