If you ever look at negative company reviews on Glassdoor, you’ll see a recurring theme: “Management was awful, but my coworkers were great.” Coworkers can make or break your experience at a company, but even if you don’t immediately click with your team, there are plenty of ways to build camaraderie intentionally.
If you own a business—or would like to own one at some point—then you’re probably on a constant hunt for the secret to entrepreneurial success and the formula for profitability. Business leaders want to know how to maximize profit and streamline workflows without overburdening staff and tanking morale.
Let’s say you want to order a custom cake from a small bakery, and you plan to swing by to place your order after work. Unfortunately, your work day turns into a total stress-fest, and you barely have time to run into the bakery before it closes.
What if I told you that no single policy or engagement plan would be enough to motivate all of your employees—no matter how good it is? I hope you’re comfortable with your answer to that question, because that’s exactly what I’m telling you.
Delivering an A-plus patient experience is a PT clinic’s best marketing strategy. Here’s how to do it right.
In this post, we’re exploring the factors practice owners should consider as they’re creating their marketing plan—and budget.
While you may not be able to prevent someone from sharing their negative perception of your practice online, you can certainly mitigate its impact on others.
While some word-of-mouth marketing might happen organically, you’ll need to make an effort to maximize its impact.